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What I want to know is if this is like the OG DMM, how do the get the voltages up for the delay chips, a charge pump?
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Doog wrote:
Fakir Mustache wrote:Too bad it doesn't have a knob for the modulation rate.
FR, that's one reason I've steered clear of DMM-style circuits; I want wobble control, damnit

I'd be curious to know if the blend goes full wet and delay goes low enough to kinda make this a standalone vibrato...

http://www.ehx.com/products/nano-deluxe ... -man/#more

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So close; 30ms is definitely enough for it to feel like latency
In the big-ass chassis version the blend goes to 100% and delay time low enough for a standalone vibrato, sounds rather nice actually.
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