Step into a new world of delay tones with the new DIG Dual Digital Delay by Strymon.
With the DIG, you can run two delays together or independently of each other, allowing you plenty of room for a diverse range of delay tones. With five subdivisions to choose from and unmatched tonal control, the DIG is quickly becoming the premier digital delay on the market. Control the DIG with two Time knobs, two Mix knobs, a Repeats knob, and two switches for Mod and Type. Type effectively gives you three delay voicings to choose from – 24/96, Adaptive Data Modulation (early ’80s), and 12-bit (mid ’80s) – while the Mod switch lets you choose from light, deep, and off settings. Whether you’re after bit crushed, digital tones, a light slapback, or lush, ambient washes of delay, the DIG gets it done with its excellent design and versatility.
-Two simultaneous, integrated delays, with unique digital rack delay voicings
-Five dual delay adjustment and tone shaping knobs: Time, Time 2, Mix, Mix 2, Repeats
-One modern and two classic digital delay voicings: 24/96, adm, 12 bit
-Five rhythmic subdivisions: Triplet, Eighth, Golden Ratio, Dotted Eighth, Dotted Quarter
-Three choices for delay line modulation: Off, Light, Deep
-Five “hidden” knobs for deep dual delay control: Delay 1 Subdivision, Sync/Free Mode, Filter, Config, Delay 2 Repeats
-Selectable Free Mode disables subdivisions and synchronization
-Press and hold Circular Repeats effect
-20ms – 1.6s delay range (40ms – 3.2s with Half Note Delay 1 Subdivision)
Free-running delay time allows you to easily dial in delays from 20ms to 1.6s with the Time knob or Tap Tempo switch. Longer delay times lend themselves to more ambient soundscapes while doubling and slapback effects can be achieved at short delay times.
Set the ratio between the two delays with one of five rhythmic subdivisions: triplet, eighth note, dotted eighth note, dotted quarter note, and the golden ratio. Don’t want synchronization? Engage Free Mode to disable subdivisions and allow Delay 2 to be its own independent, free-running delay. Dial in short delay times for chorus/flange sounds to run alongside Delay 1.