In this lesson: How to add delay using the DDL-1 Digital Delay Line.
Right Click (in the rack) > DDL-1 Digital Delay Line to add it to your project.
If you've never used a delay effect, delay echoes whatever notes YOU play, at a predefined length of time later.
So if you have the time set to 449 Milliseconds, you will physically play a note, and 449 milliseconds later, the delay will play the same note back to you.
This creates an "Echo" type effect, although it's not technically an "echo".
Playing around with the settings in the delay can cause you to have many different creative effects. I've often written entered songs based on a specific delay that I created.
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