Analog Delay Clock Noise: Which is the most usable?

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  1. Resonance7

    Resonance7 Member

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    So I'm trying to find another analog delay.

    I have a Dod Fx90 and a Boss Dm-2.

    The Dm-2 sounds good, sure, but the Clock noise/Feedback isn't all that usable (On mine, at least)Â…Once you turn up the "Intensity" high enough to start to self-oscillate (and hear and work with clock noise) you only have a short amount of time until it gets LOUD. Too loud.

    The Dod fx-90, however, has much more usubale and controllable feedback/clocknoise.

    So what are some of your favorites for this application?

    Maxon/Ibanez?
     
  2. SmallStones

    SmallStones Supporting Member

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    exactly...vintage AD9 for me. Has that old outer space movie vibe. Also the pots and knobs have a nice smooth touch/feel for that kind of thing.
     
  3. Coldacre

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    clock noise?

    please elaborate on what you mean by clock noise
     
  4. Resonance7

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    You know…That sound when the delay starts to self-oscillate and then you turn the delay speed/time so you can control that "clock noise"…

    Thanks SmallStones! Will look into that AD9 for sure..that seems to get a lot of praise all around (The clock :p)
     

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