Can the Timeline do this?

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  1. Footbutt

    Footbutt Supporting Member

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    @ around 1:08, a piano comes in (in the right ear/speaker/headphone) with a Line 6-style Band-filter effect delay. from this song, i ended up using that type of delay on my guitar for a LOT of stuff i did. it just sounded so cool.

    i know Ed Rose (the guy that produced this album) had a Line 6 Delay Modeler pedal and rack unit at his disposal.... at least i'm pretty sure.

    i've listened to the Strymon site "filter" examples of the Timeline, but i haven't heard anything that can sound this unique or same, i guess.

    any help?
     
  2. cwcashiniv

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    Yeah - it does similar. I got that sort of effect from it. IMO, the filter function takes quite a bit of dialing in, but yes it can emulate some of those filter sweeps.
     
  3. chillytc

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    The Eventide Timefactor also has a very nice filter delay.
     
  4. thesooze

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    Yeah, I haven't been able to get the Timeline to sound that natural and purposeful in the Filter Mode. It was very easy to do with the DL4 and M9 filter sweep delay... maybe one day I'll dedicate more time to it.
     
  5. jonathansuhr

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    I've never heard of this band, but I really like them!
     
  6. Footbutt

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    Yep on the TimeFactor / Eclipse / Axe-Fx it is called BandDelays... One of my favourite delay types.

    On the TimeLine it is Filter delay.
     
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    If anyone gets their Timeline to sound like that, please post!!
     
  9. nrvana8775

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    Ahhh. A lawrence, ks band that never really got its fair shake.

    They used dl4s a lot.
     

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