- Up to 1800ms stereo delay time by tap tempo
- Features 5 delay types
- True stereo delay engine with independent controls
- Comes in a compact size
- Realistic infinite pitch-shift feedback
- 40 seconds stereo phrase loop with OLED status display
- Optional delay time display (MS/BPM)
- Musical time sync modulation rate
- Pioneer 3-dimensional feeling verb delay
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NuX Duotime Stereo Delay Pedal
The NuX Duotime is a real stereo delay pedal with independent time/sub-division and repeat knobs. It is ultra-musical and easy to operate. Duotime offers analog delay, tape echo, digital delay, modulation delay, and verb delay. In the '80s, all the professional musicians used rack-mount effects to run stereo delay. It was the golden era of Lexicon Delta, TC 2290, Eventide H3000, and more.
Analog Delay (40ms to 402ms) is based on the bucket-brigade device (BBD), discrete-time analog delay. The parameter tweaks your modulation depth. When level and repeat are at maximum, turn down the time knob to zero, and experience the natural infinite feedback of the old school BBD delay.
Tape Echo (55ms to 552ms) is based on the RE-201 Tape Echo algorithm with NuX Core Image Technology. Use the parameter to tweak the saturation, and feel the distorted sound decay. Just like the real tape echo machine, when you adjust the level and repeat to maximum, try adjusting the time knob down to zero, and you have infinite feedback and pitch shift flange.
Digi Delay (80ms to 1000ms) is based on the modern digital delay algorithm with magic compression and filter. After reviewing decades of delay algorithm evolution, it was noticed that musicians were not satisfied with the mathematical digital delay sound. So NuX added a bit of non-digital flavor—inspired by Strymon and Neunaber making the sound much more musical. The parameter controls the hardness of the repeat signals, so you can feel the unique compressed filter.
MOD Delay (20ms to 1499ms) is based on the Ibanez DML algorithm; a weird and wonderful modulation delay. It was released in the '80s with experimental nature. Nux selected the most wonderful aspects highlighting the musical time sync modulation rate offering a simple, seamless romantic tone.
Verb Delay (80ms to 1000ms) is the way to make your delay sound 3 dimensional. Similar to the Atlantic Delay and Reverb, NuX added shimmer into the plate reverb algorithm. It became the iconic sound of the NuX reverb. Inspired by Kit Tang, the famous Hong Kong studio guitarist, Jamtrackcentral artist, a master of different reverb parallels with different frequency bands to add to his effect yielding an authentic 3 dimensional sound.