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When it comes to any musical project, just as with a public transit, delays are an essential part of the experience. The idea of repeating a piece of audio, automatically and along with the music, has been with us for so long that we’ve become duly accustomed to it, and so too have our audiences.

Today’s delay processors feel as sophisticated as an avocado in a Happy Meal. It’s so easy to load a delay plugin on a track (or just mindlessly send elements to the processor that’s inevitably part of a DAW’s template project) that you can be forgiven for not going down the rabbit hole and experimenting with the modern tools we all have at

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