In the first place we find the input section, consisting of three inputs with level controls. A red LED indicates clipping.
In the Echo/Delay section the delay time is set (0.05s to 0.2s or the ten-fold in switch setting "x10") by the big potentiometer and with a CV. There's also a FM input but it's function is not really cear to us... feedback modualtion maybe? We'll see when the module will arrive here.
Output wise you are blasted by EIGHT sockets: the two sockets t carry the signal which is delayed by the chosen delay time. The other sockets carry the quarter, half and three-quarter delay time signals.
With this outputs alone and a stereo mixer module you can create directly ping-pong delays. As each delay tap is available twice you can easily patch teh outüuts back into the inputs and create feedbacks as desired - which explains the lack of a dedicated feedback control.
Finally there are two voltage controlled cross-faders down south. Of course you can mix and blend any audio signals with them but just imagine to connect the different delay taps to them, feed the crossfaders' outputs back to the inputs, to blend via CV from one tap to the other and create super-interesting, dynamic feedbacks ... or even two such sick feedback loops?
3 audio inputs, delay time CV in, FM in
stereo outputs: t ( = selected delay time), 1/4t, 1/2t, 3/4t
per unit: 2 inputs, 1 output, 1 CV input
3U Eurorack module, 22HP wide
requires an additional +5V source