Reverse Mode Description

Categories: Delay Modes, Feature Descriptions, Reverse
Reverse Mode Description

The Reverse delay type records the input signal in “chunks” with a length equal to the current delay time setting, and then plays these sound segments back in reverse. Unlike other reverse effects in which the chunks are arbitrary, the TimeBender starts chunks at note onsets where possible in order to avoid having notes cross chunk boundaries. When using Reverse, the Mix knob starts to attenuate (reduce) the dry signal when you turn the knob up, so you can adjust the wet/dry mix. 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 ...