Moving Head Tape Mode Description

Categories: Delay Modes, Feature Descriptions, Moving Head Tape
Moving Head Tape Mode Description

The Moving Head Tape delay is based on early (tube-based) systems that had movable playback tape heads. Like the fixed head tape delay, the Moving Head Tape delay also has saturation in the feedback loop and a characteristic high frequency and low frequency roll-off. There is also a mid-boost sound across the tone range common in tube-based systems. When changing delay time, you’ll hear the sound of a moving tape head rather than the sound of changing the tape speed—the pitch shift amount will depend on the size of the delay change. more ...

AC007: Octave Rhythm

Categories: Audio Clips, Delay Effect Types, Delay Modes, Dual Pattern, Moving Head Tape, Rhythmic, Time Patterns, Voicing
AC007: Octave Rhythm

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This clips uses the Moving Head Tape mode with the third time pattern and octave up and down voicing (8H 8L)to create a very cool rhythmic delay sound. The third time pattern is used with the tempo set to the quarter note time of the song to give a combination of on beat and off beat delays. This clips was recorded directly out of the TimeBender with a Fender Stratocastor guitar used for input. more ...

AC011: Haunting Ping Pong

Categories: Ambient, Audio Clips, Moving Head Tape, Multi-Tap Pattern, Time Patterns, Uncategorized, Voicing
AC011: Haunting Ping Pong

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This clip uses the 10th time pattern with voicing set to a 4th and 5th up to produce a rather haunting diatonic ping pong effect . This clip was recorded directly out of the TimeBender with a Les Paul guitar used for input. more ...

Sweetwater Video Review

Categories: Ambient, Analog Mode, Arpeggiated Delay, Chorus, Delay Modes, Digital Mode, Dynamic Digital, Dynamic Repeats, Envelope, Expression Pedal, Inputs and Outputs, Knobs and Buttons, Modulation, Moving Head Tape, Repeats, Requested, Reverse, Rhythmic, Special Effects, Time Patterns, Time Warp, Tone, Variable Speed Tape, Video Tutorials, Voicing, musIQ SmartStrum Pattern
Sweetwater Video Review

We received a message from Daniel Fisher inviting us to post his Timebender demonstration videos he did for Sweetwater on our site. While we are not affiliated with Sweetwater in any way, we feel these demos are very good and will help end users get more out of the timebender, so here they are: more ...