Longer delay times lend themselves to more ambient soundscapes while doubling and slapback effects can be achieved at short delay times.
Delay 2 follows as the companion delay. A dedicated subdivision control determines the ratio between the two delays with one of five rhythmic subdivisions: triplet, eighth note, dotted eighth note, dotted quarter note, and the golden ratio.
Don’t want your delays to be synchronized?
DIG’s Free Mode secondary function disables time sync and subdivisions between Delay 1 and Delay 2, giving the Time 2 knob a full delay range from 20ms to 1.6s. This lets you use both of DIG’s delays as truly independent, standalone delay machines.
Series, Parallel, Ping Pong — Set up your two delays in one of three configurations.
Series is like setting up pedals in a chain on your board one after the other, with Delay 2 feeding into Delay 1.
Parallel will orient your delay lines so that they remain independent — Delay 1 in the left channel and Delay 2 in the right channel. If used in mono, both delays are heard at once without feeding into each other.
With Ping Pong, each delay acts as a ping pong delay, interacting together when both Mix knobs are turned up. Use in stereo for captivating back and forth rhythms.
DIG features a full suite of practical delay controls to dial in your dream reverb tone, from the studio to the stage.
Two dedicated Mix controls let you determine just the right amount of wet to dry signal, from no delays at all, to 50/50 at 3 o’clock, all the way to full wet, delay-only tones, for both of DIG’s two delay machines.
DIG’s Repeats knob adjusts the repeat amount for both delays. From singular repeats for short slapback delays, all the way to infinitely repeating echoes at its max position.
Want a different amount of repeats for Delay 2? DIG features a secondary function to choose between individually dialing in Delay 2’s repeats amount, or having them controlled by the main Repeats knob.