Delay with musically decaying repeats.

Guitar delay pedal sound has been defined by the technology behind them, warm analog delays, sterile digital delays, tape echoes with warmth and wobbliness. What is there about analog delay that is so desirable that is lacking from digital? In digital delays the repeated notes are exact copies of the original, on the other hand, analog is forced to use stronger filtering on the repeats loosing high frequency content creating the warm sound associated with them. Some other delays, like tape echoes also introduce some analog distortion and pitch shift, and add a key musical artifact, each repeat is increasingly lower fidelity than the previous one, making the repeats distinct among themselves as well.
This was the background for designing Rebote Delay. The circuit takes the dry signal to the output maintaining signal bandwidth integrity, then each repeat is filtered in a way that resembles tape technology, while using a digital chip to do the signal delay in an efficient fashion. When pushing the limits of delay time, the quality of the repeats degrades allowing distinct tone between the dry signal and the repeats. The controls are responsive and provide you with a wide variety of inspiring rhythmic echoes that sound musical and decay naturally, from slap back echo to 560mS of delay.

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