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Dual-channel Digital Delay By Jack Ruston

Audio files to accompany the article.

These files accompany the Strymon Dig article in the January 2016 issue of SOS

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Strymon Dig Audio Examples

These audio files accompany the Strymon Dig review in SOS January 2016. All examples come as 24-bit/48kHz WAV files, separated into a dry mono source file and a 100-percent wet stereo return. Thus you can listen more critically to the delays alone, or adjust the balance to taste. They’re as recorded, with no normalisation or processing. The brief descriptions give information on the settings used for each example — see the review for full details.

Example A: 12-bit, Ping Pong, Delay 1 long, Delay 2 very short, light modulation.

Example B: ADM, Ping Pong, Delay 1 only.

Example C: 24/96, Parallel, Delay 1 1/8 note, Delay 2 very short.

Example D: ADM, Series, Delay 1 v short, Delay 2 1/4 note, high feedback, deep modulation.

Example E: 24-bit/96kHz, Parallel, Delay 1 1/4 note, Delay 2 1/8 note, high feedback ‘pad’, light modulation.

Example F: 12-bit, Parallel, Delay 1 1/4 note, Delay 2 short, light modulation.

Example G: 12-bit, Parallel, Delay 1 1/4 note, Delay 2 dotted 1/8 note, light modulation.

Example H: 12-bit, Parallel, Free sync delays set close to an eighth note.

Example I: ADM, Series, Delay 1 long, Delay 2 very short.

Example K: 24/96, Series, Delay 1 long, Delay 2 short, light modulation.

Example L: ADM, Parallel, close to 1/4 notes, bright.

Example M: 24/96, single mono delay, circular repeats, light modulation.

Published January 2016