MATRIXSYNTH: 1979 Digital Stereo Delay Experiment

Thursday, July 16, 2020

1979 Digital Stereo Delay Experiment

"First experiment with 1979 Digital Stereo Delay. Interesting polyrhythms and phasing.

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This appears to be the first post to feature the 1979 Digital Stereo Delay. Info on the new module and additional demos follow.

via 1979

"Digital delay with clock sync and FX send

The DSD is a digital delay unit based on the Chronoblob V2 by Alright Devices. Sync the delay time to an external clock, modulate the left and right channels independently, freeze the audio buffer for looping applications, and route the delayed signal through other modules using the send/return functionality. The DSD provides up to 2.73 seconds of high-quality delay for your Buchla system.

Clean high-fidelity digital delay (48 kHz, 16 bit)

Delay time from 5ms to 2.73 seconds

Can be synced to external clock, with built-in clock divider/multiplier

Configurable mono (with external FX send) and stereo modes

Each side (left/right) has the option of linked or independent delay times

Freeze feature loops the current audio buffer indefinitely"

Studio Experiments (7-12-20) Buchla Synth w/ 1979 Stereo Delay

Tasty Soil Records

"Some afternoon synth experiments in the studio with the 1979 Delay"

1979 DSD (Digital Stereo Delay) from Grayscale / 1979 on Vimeo.

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