Reason RE Titus BBD Delay Line [WiN]

Titus BBD Delay Line
  • Publisher: Reason Studios & Jiggery-Pokery Sound
  • Product: Titus BBD Delay Line
  • Version: 2.1.0-DECiBEL
  • Format: Reason Rack Extension
  • Requirements: You need R2R Reason release and TEAM R2R Reason Rack Extension Cache Builder

When you need a single delay line and the ability to pan your dry signal, then Titus is the tool for the job. A simple-to-use DDL-1 alternative, it is based on a single Steerpike channel, and offers both analog BBD (Bucket Brigade Delay) and DDL (Digital Delay Line) delay types, forward or reverse delay, and up to 8 seconds of delay time.

Whether you want a delay time of 16/2, 1/256, 3/11, 1/5, 2/9, or the default 3/16, just dial it in. You also can set the delay time in milliseconds/seconds or as a number of delay line stages.

Inspired by classic delay pedals, Titus can be used as a modular delay device with its compact 1U or half-U formats.

Titus features

Single delay line with tap input/output and adjustable tap in feedback control
Reverse delay
Eight seconds of delay time
Mono in to panned out, like DDL-1, or stereo in to dual mono/stereo out with balance control (DDL-1 sums stereo inputs to mono before the delay line)
Trigger-able Delay Line Input button gates the audio input into Titus without clearing the delay line; ideal for infinite “loop” style delay by cutting off new input and allowing the dry signal to continue to play separately
Select vintage BBD or modern DDL (aka IDL, Interpolated Delay Line) delay types
Fixed low pass anti-aliasing filter in BBD mode
No low pass filter is used in DDL mode, providing a full frequency range option
Fixed internal clock rate for BBD mode
Set delay time via BBD stages, milliseconds/seconds, or tempo sync
Set tempo sync duration from 1-16
Set any tempo synced bar/beat subdivision from /2 to /16 inclusive, plus all halved and triplet subdivisions up to /256
View and adjust both Duration and Subdivision in the same display
Level (phase invertible with high pass), Pan, Feedback, and Harmonic Distortion controls
Separate Level and Pan (mono input) or left/right balance (stereo input) control for the Dry signal positioning makes using Titus as a quick, single-delay insert effect much easier, as no additional mixer is required to set the Dry pan
Space-saving folded view provides always-available access to Delay Time/Delay Time Selector, Delay Line Gate, Level, Pan and Feedback

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