MATRIXSYNTH: NAMM 2020: Pittsburg Modular Cascading Delay Network Sounds & Interview

Saturday, January 18, 2020

NAMM 2020: Pittsburg Modular Cascading Delay Network Sounds & Interview


Published on Jan 18, 2020 Perfect Circuit

"The Pittsburgh Modular Cascading Delay Network is four delays in one, with multiple pre-set routing options to create a wide variety of effects.

Pittsburgh Modular's Richard Nicol took some time at NAMM 2020 to explain the concept and inner workings of the Cascading Delay Network. The Cascading Delay Network is a collection of four PT2399-based delays with complex internal analog switching that allows for selection of several pre-set signal routings. By re-arranging the way signals pass through these delays, the Cascading Delay Network can create everything from complex multi-tap delays to reverb-like effects, stereo repeating swirls, and much more.

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