Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
Arturia turn their attention to delays, offering us three software options: one an original design, and two modelled on classic hardware.
Boasting three pressure-sensitive footswitches, this delay pedal puts more control at your feet than most.
The TC 2290-DT is part plug-in, part hardware: the bus-powered USB 2 device acts as both dongle and control surface...
This stompbox combines analogue and digital processing to offer bucket-brigade warmth without the down sides.
This little module combines quiet, clean electronics with a characterful bucket-brigade delay line.
The humble digital delay pedal has evolved into something we could once only dream of...
Developed in conjunction with Matthias Puech, the 4MS Tapographic Delay is a hands-on 32-tap delay with a maximum delay time close to three minutes.
Electro-Harmonix’s Canyon is a delay/looper, but it goes the extra mile, packing a wide repertoire of delay effects into its compact pedal format.
Source Audio are really pushing the boundaries of delay processing with their latest One-series pedal, the Nemesis Delay...
The unambiguously named Dual Looping Delay from 4ms consists of two time-sync’ed delays in a single 20HP module...
Can a technology borrowed from digital computers bring anything new to the world of analogue delay?
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Not all digital delay pedals strike the right balance between convenience and quality. How does this one fare?
It’s billed as a ‘digital delay with an analogue heart’ but does this compact device offer anything you can’t already get in the box?
Does this take on delay-pedal history merit a place in your pedalboard’s future?
This classy stomp box is much more than a guitar effect, and it is equally impressive on stage and in the studio.
If you wanted to make an authentic hardware tape delay today, you could do a lot worse than commission a designer who used to work for Watkins, makers of the seminal Copicat. So that's what Blue Coconut did...
A modern stompbox take on a classic digital delay unit — what’s not to like?
Pickup experts Seymour Duncan have revamped their effects line-up for 2014, introducing the Vapor Trail analogue delay.
Moog are best known for their synths, but could all their analogue expertise also make for a delicious delay?
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