These effects create stereo delay patterns in which you can set the left and right delay times
independently. Using the High Damp parameter, you can make delays decay in a natural way.
13: Stereo Delay
This is a stereo delay effect with feedback.
The delay time can be set independently for
the left and right channels.
The high damp parameter can be used to
produce a more natural echo effect by
gradually attenuating the high frequencies of
successive delay repeats.
14: Cross Delay
This is a stereo delay effect with independent
delay parameters for the left and right
channels. The delay outputs are crossed over,
and each delay receives the other delay's
feedback signal. Thus, the delay repeats
appear to move between the left and right
Delay Time Left
Delay Time Right (R)
High Damp (H.Dmp)
EQ Low (EQ.L)
EQ High (H)
For effects 13 and 14, dynamic modulation (16C) can be used to control the DRY:EFF balance.
The EQ part of these effects is active even when the Effect is switched off (16A). To bypass these
effects completely, select 0:No Effect.
Delay time for the left channel
Delay time for the right channel
The amount of delay signal that is fed back into the effect.
Minus values invert the feedback signal phase
High frequency decay
0 = bright delay
99 = dark delay
Low EQ cut and boost
High EQ cut and boost