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Question about Red Repeat

Post  Francois1981 on Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:25 pm

Hello,

How does it works ?

- The dry goes more or less strait through with no A/D/A converson, and the effect taps off the analog dry signal, converts it to digital, and sends those digital repeats for D/A conversion which is then mixed back with the still analog dry.

OR

- The dry goes in, gets converted to digital, has the repeats added on, then gets sent for D/A conversion.

Thanks a lot,

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Re: Question about Red Repeat

Post  Admin Carl on Tue Oct 28, 2008 6:48 pm

Dry analouge path.
The only thing that gets digitised is the delay, mixed in along with the dry signal.
Just like old analouge delays....
So the signal path is nonconverted, the delay gets mixed in.
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Re: Question about Red Repeat

Post  synfox on Sun Oct 11, 2009 2:08 am

I use red repeat with analog synths (roland sh2 , jx3p , jx8p) and the results are really nice , it adds polish to the sound and the main caracter of the synth remains the same .
Especially It's great with self oscilating filter fxs . Also I used it with long delay settings for adding a reverb like fx to synth pads , result was subtle and nice , with a touch of a chorus before red repeat , and with the help of an eq , pushing the mids and cutting the highs I could have a mellotronish pad .

Very nice pedal , thanks .

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Re: Question about Red Repeat

Post  Ian on Tue Dec 22, 2009 4:41 pm

I have another question about red repeat.

Is it OK for serial loop level (+10 dBV)?
I use a Koch Studiotone.

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