it could very well be but i doubt it, maybe dBucket & dTape. but why re-invent the wheel if you already own the technology. i think strymon even confirmed here that the modulation is a straight port from the DC versionI thought all the algos were built from the ground up for the Strymeline.
This is the guy behind Damage Control, impressive portfolio.I wouldn't be entirely sure it's not, at least partially. Damage control was created by ex-line 6 employees.....
The things I used most on the DL4 were auto-volume, reverse, filter, and the looper.Actually, if I recall correctly, I think some of the guys at Strymon used to work at Line 6. Hence why they used to sell the Line 6 tube-thingy when they first started out. So it could be possible that, for instance the Swell algorithm, is loosely based on the auto-volume echo from the DL4.
They are not a direct port from a DL4. It's a completely different pedal with a totally different interface, parameters to control and different effects altogether.The things I used most on the DL4 were auto-volume, reverse, filter, and the looper.
I guess I wanted to know if these effects are a direct port from the DL4 to the Timeline? If the price difference wasn't $250 it wouldn't matter, but for that much more ching I'm curious.