The Aftershock digital delay can hold a delay for up
to 6 seconds at a sample rate of 44100. It features
3 independent delays, one left, right and center.
Each of these delays have a separate Feedback level,
volume level and selectable delay type. You can
select from Tap Delay, Host tempo Delay and standard
Tap Delay, simply select Tap from
the delay type drop down list. Then simply tap the
bottom button to set the delay speed.
Once again, select tempo from the
delay type drop down list. You can then set the
delay note tempo. For example, quarter note at X
BPM where X is the tempo set in your host DAW. You
select the note duration from the Note Duration drop
Select Standard from the delay type
drop down list. You can now set the time of the
delay by turning the Standard Delay Time knob. This
is capable of delaying by up to 6 seconds. If you at
first don't hear anything, you probably have this
setting too high.
Setting the Stereo
Each of the three delays has a level
slider located on the right side of the effect.
These are simple volume controls. Want more Left,
turn up the Left, less Center, turn down the Center.
You also have Dry and Wet volumes. The dry is the
volume level of un effected signal, wet is the
level of the effected signal
Note when you first start aftershock
it is set for a 6 second delay. So it may seem like
its not working, but wait for the 6 seconds and you
hear the echo.
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