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This Week’s Preset: TimeLine – “Flange Delay”

Preset - TimeLine Delay
Let’s push TimeLine‘s Dual Delay machine to the edge and get some flange tones going on!  To get started, minimize the delay time by cranking it all the way back to 60ms. We can set the second delay to 1/8 of the original delay time, which would be 7.5ms.  We’ve set the second delay Mix and Repeats to track with the first, and set up everything in a Series configuration.

With these low delay times, we can turn up the repeats a bit, and crank up the modulation, and now you can really start to hear the flange take shape. Play with the Repeat level, Mix, Modulation speed and depth to tailor the intensity of the flanging sound to your liking. Enjoy!

Listen here:

Audio clip starts off with TimeLine bypassed. Effect is engaged at 0:04.

Preset details:

Knob settings and secondary parameters are shown below. Dial it up and give it a try.

This Week's Preset - Timeline - Flange Delay

Download the preset:

Using the Strymon Librarian? Download the preset and load it up into your TimeLine.

What do you think?

Let us know what you think in the comments. Made your own tweaks to this preset? Post them below or share online using hashtag #strymonpreset. Are there other preset types that you’d like to see in upcoming blog posts?

About Ethan Tufts
Ethan Tufts is Strymon’s marketing guy and noisemaker. He spends most of his time using loopers and drenching everything in delay. He has owned 29 cars and is actively looking for his 30th.

One Response

  1. Tim Szakszon says:

    Excited to try the new setting! I love these new settings when they get released. I think Strymon either needs to get me a Mobius so I can use those settings or they need to focus specifically on the Timeline. Your move, Strymon.

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