DeltaLab memory expansion

SYSph@ntOPus wils0450 at tc.umn.edu
Tue Nov 2 23:17:21 CET 1999


Interesting...I have a DL Compusffectron that I got found in a dumpster
last year. Wonder if it applies...<rummaging for a screwdriver and
multimeter>

 On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, jhaible wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> after a fruitless search for a cheap digital delay that fits my needs, I
> decided to expand the memory of my DeltaLab Effectron I. This box looks like
> the cheapest one of an entire line of FX devices, and while covering Flanger
> / Chorus / Echo delay ranges, the Echo section is quite basic. You can tune
> it from 250msec to 1sec with a knob that is shared by the LFO modulation
> depth,
> you can set positive or negative feedback (with a nice HF rolloff), and
> that's
> about it.
> I wanted to have at least the double delay time (2sec is still not much, but
> it's way more useful than 1sec.), a non-deteriorating infinite repeat switch
> ("Loop"), and the ability to record a 1sec Loop first and then double it to
> 2sec, to add more input signal on the 2sec loop afterwards.
> As it turned out, this is quite easy to accomplish on the ADM1020 (and
> probably on other DeltaLab products, too.)
> 
> You can find a description at
> http://home.debitel.net/user/jhaible/jh_adm1020_loop.html .
> 
> JH.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 



		    
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