Electronic Audio Experiments Sending V2 Analog Delay
Sending is an analog delay that melds the archaic voice of bucket brigade devices with a fully modern toolbox of digital control. It embraces the character and idiosyncrasies of the medium while delivering high quality sound and performance-friendly features worthy of the modern musician.
Using two MN3005 BBDs and comprehensive analog processing techniques, Sending can delay a sound up to a full second without clock noise, and it can be pushed to even longer times for compelling sonic degradation. At the input is a discrete preamplifier for subtle enhancement and warm saturation that melds perfectly with the delay line. A dual-mode feedback filter shapes the repeats into deep pulses or bright, tapelike echoes. Its flexible LFO engine can modulate the delay time for gentle movement that gives way to musical chaos. Conducting this analog ensemble is a 32-bit, 100MHz processor granting deep user control, preset functionality, and MIDI access to every parameter.
Sending is our love letter to the antiquated yet enduring technology of analog delay. As you explore its many shades of interplay between past and future, we hope you find it as immersive as we do.
Up to 1 second of delay time using a pair of MN3005 reissue BBDs (extendable to 2+ seconds via tap tempo or MIDI).
A unique discrete preamplifier for subtle enhancement or full-range saturation that is automatically balanced for optimal output levels at all settings.
Trails bypass mode that allows the preamp to be used as an always-on drive.
Unique dual-mode Filter control that changes the tone of the delay repeats.
Advanced analog filtering for low noise and high bandwidth on the delay line.
Comprehensive digital control of every function using a powerful 32-bit processor system that seamlessly integrates with the analog signal path.
Tap tempo with subdivisions and a hold mode for feedback swells.
Delay time LFO engine with sine, square, and triangle waves plus a unique Chaos function that modulates the delay time using a truly random Lorenz attractor.
Insert loop to apply external effects to delay repeats within the feedback path.
Save and recall up to 32 presets: 3 via the front panel, the rest via MIDI.
CV/Expression input that can be mapped to one or multiple controls.
TRS MIDI input for control changes, preset selection, and clocking.
Web-enabled firmware updates via the MIDI jack.