The module is based on a bucket brigade device with six parallel delay taps. Those six delay times have no relationship to each other and their outputs have different levels. You have to consider the chorus/reverb effect as a mixture of six different short delays what results in a dense sound. The clock frequency which scans the bucket brigade is audible and you´ll have to use a low pass filter in order to eliminate or minimize it.
The delay time can be set with the according control between 2.5ms and 150ms. CV control gives you much shorter / longer delay times.
The resonance has to be considered as the delay´s feedback parameter and it can go up to self-oscillation. The dry / wet relation can be controlled manually and with a CV.
Usage with Eurorack:
Analogue Systems' modules are designed solely for use in cases and cabinets made by Analogue Systems. Through the use of adaptors or adaptor cables, however, it is possible to connect them to Eurorack cases.
Should you chose to use an Analogue Systems module in an Eurorack case, please note that the warranties are thus void and the use occurs at your own risk! If the module is plugged in incorrectly and therefore damaged the customer has to bear any costs for repair and shipping!
Because of the different position of the mounting holes there will be a gap of 0.5HP (= 2.5 mm) when mounting an Analogue Systems module next to a Eurorack module. Take this into consideration when planning your system. Gaps can be covered with 1.5HP wide blank panels by Doepfer.
Signal input and signal output
2 CV inputs (1x fixed, 1x variable with attenuator) for delay time and one CV input for dry/wet mix.
3U Analogue Systems module, 12 HP wide, ca. 60-70mm deep
17mA power consumption