Titus BBD Delay Line
For those times when you just want one quality delay line, which can also pan the Dry signal.
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.
- 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
- Titus now uses custom displays. Shift (precise) and Ctrl (reset) modifiers are available
- Tempo Sync modes now display both Duration and Subdivision values side-by-side, and both can be adjusted from the same view
- Updated user guide
- Beautiful new design by esselfortium
Titus BBD Delay! I use it on most of my tracks. It is neat and perfect!
A good and simple low-CPU building block. It's everything DDL-1 should have been.
Titus is a fun fellow
I got it just for the reverse function which turns out to be handy in a quicky get it done situation, and than I realized it's got nice tone, and a bunch of other handy features like tap out, easy stereo panning...the list goes on...