Analog Delay

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tazzboy
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Analog Delay

Post by tazzboy » Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:47 pm

Is there chance that Voodoo Lab would do an Analog Delay in the future?
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Re: Analog Delay

Post by Trueman » Sun Jul 26, 2009 3:54 pm

tazzboy wrote:Is there chance that Voodoo Lab would do an Analog Delay in the future?
+1

Theres a heap of analog delays on the market, but definitely room for a Voodoo Lab one!
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tazzboy
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Re: Analog Delay

Post by tazzboy » Sun Aug 30, 2009 8:00 pm

Yeah I agree as well. Just need to put in the right price range.
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Re: Analog Delay

Post by mischultz » Sun Feb 07, 2010 11:39 am

New here, but if I may, I think the thing that really would have put the VL thumbprint on a delay is the modulation from the Analog Chorus. With that chip supply exhausted, I'm not certain there's another route to go that would truly differentiate a new delay from an already crowded marketplace. I'd even go a step further and say that the delay market may be reaching a saturation/maturation point: with all the work that's gone into so many great new products over the past couple years, it feels like it may be time to move toward the next big thing, whatever that is.

Michael

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