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Thread Guitar Delay pedals / plug-ins with delay times in ms

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Billy Blind Boy

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1 Posted on 05/27/2017 at 20:16:40

Hi guys !

A bit of a weird request...

I've always been wondering if there was a physical delay pedal that would allow you to type in the number of milliseconds you want to set your delay to...

I know the Nova Delay from TC Electronics on which you can see the milliseconds on the screen for example, but still, you set the delay time by turning the knob, and you can't do it by typing the milliseconds in (am I right ?).

I guess what I'm after is actually a mini-computer so that leads us to my next question : I use cubase and Guitar rig 4 / 5, and I was wondering if anyone would know of a good simple delay with which you can do that.

The reason I'm asking for that is because I play and work on a lot of electro-synth-drum machine stuff, and I'd like to get some surgically precise delays.

Amyway, have I ever been the only one wondering that ? :D

Thanks
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