Radio Delay is essentially a hybrid of a Dual mono BPM-style delay, but with the delayed signals running through the Valve Radio distortion filter. This produces cool, dual-filtered echo effects that sound like they are coming from distorted old speakers or radios. Another cool trick with this delay is that it can be “de-synced” from the host’s tempo and set to a completely different tempo, so that the delays don’t always have that “perfect” sound to them. A very useful and interesting effect!

NOTE: The Radio Tuner graphic on Page 2 is not functional – it’s just there for fun!

MINI-SLIDER

Controls the mix of the dry signal and the processed (Wet) signal. The percentage indicated is the amount of the signal that is Wet. Range: 0 to 100%

PAGE ONE CONTROLS

[FILTERS] HPF

Controls the cutoff frequency for the high pass filter. Range: 20 to 10000Hz

[FILTERS] LPF

Controls the cutoff frequency for the low pass filter. Range: 100 to 22000Hz

[FILTERS] Q

Controls the resonance of the cutoff frequency of the filters in the delayed signal.

Range: 0 to 1

[DELAYS] LEFT

Drop-down menu that allows you to choose the time value of the delayed audio.

Choices: 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/96, 1/1dot, 1/2dot, 1/4dot, 1/8dot, 1/16dot, 1/1triplet, 1/2triplet, 1/4triplet, 1/8triplet, 1/16triplet

[DELAYS] TEMPO

Controls the speed of the delays from host Sync to any independent tempo setting.

Range: SYNC, 42.30 to 500 BPM

[DELAYS] RIGHT

Drop-down menu that allows you to choose the time value of the delayed audio.

Choices: 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64, 1/96, 1/1dot, 1/2dot, 1/4dot, 1/8dot, 1/16dot, 1/1triplet, 1/2triplet, 1/4triplet, 1/8triplet, 1/16triplet

FEEDBACK

Feeds the delay signal back to the input for echo repeats. Range: 0 to 100%

PAGE TWO CONTROLS

FEEDBACK LOOP

Inserts the Overdrive and Tone Filter into the Feedback Loop. This is useful for producing echoes that get darker with each successive repeat, and also for creating infinite dub-style echo feedback.

CAUTION: Turning this switch ON can produce extremely loud and powerful howling feedback signals which can damage your ears and your speakers – so watch out!

DRIVE

Controls the amount of overdrive distortion in the delayed signal. Range: 0 to 1

WIDTH

Controls the stereo width of the delay and dry signal. Range: 0 to 100%

GAIN

Adjusts the overall output volume. Range: 0db to 12db