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Strymon Timeline delay unit

3 July 2014 | 12:13 pm | Reza Nasseri

Even just by tweaking the Digital delay you’re able to emulate a whole series of different effect types

The Strymon Timeline is a studio quality digital delay unit with 12 different delay types that can be stored in up to 200 preset banks with full MIDI accessibility, a 30-second looper and a powerful SHARC DSP processor. You can choose from Digital, Dual, Pattern, Reverse, Ice, Duck, Swell, Trem, Filter, Lo-fi, dBucket, and dTape types, with on-board controls for Time, Repeats, Mix, Filter, Grit, Mod Speed and Mod Depth. Each individual delay type also features its own unique set of hidden features accessed through the Value knob and an FX loop that only affects delay repeats. Personally, I view the Strymon Timeline as one of those rare pieces of gear that constantly inspires creativity. Even just by tweaking the Digital delay you're able to emulate a whole series of different effect types, not to mention the amazing new sounds you can conjure up with the Dual, Pattern, Ice, Swell and Trem functions.