NAMM 2016: 4ms Dual Looping Delay

One final update before release      22/01/16

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So we have seen this module at MESSE last year, but since then 4ms have done some improvements to the design and added a few more features.

The Dual Looping Delay is a two channel high quality, 88 second looping delay, running at 48Khz and 16bit. The timing is synced to the master clock, but you can also unquantise it.

One awesome trick Dan showed us was the ability to run the clock with an audio oscillator, giving some unique and very interesting sounding delays and feedback.

The DLD will be available in April and cost $399. More info at 4mspedals.com

NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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