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You all know what the word delay means in the normal world; it can appear in different forms inside a modular synth. For example, it can refer to the spacing between repeats in an echo; that’s why an echo device is often known as a “delay” effect. It can also refer to a programmable amount of time you delay a signal, such as a gate, trigger, or initial stage of an envelope so a note would start later than it was actually played.

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