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Nine dual delays with dedicated mix, delay time, and feedback controls for the two independent A and B delay lines. Delay types include Multitap, Reverse, Mod, Tape, Ducked, and AutoPan. Each Dual Delay effect can operate in stereo or dual mono or straight mono. Each of the delays can have its own tempo subdivision for creative rhythmic echoes. TimeFactor also includes a LOOPER with variable speed and loop head/tail editing. All the delays in TimeFactor include LFO, Filter, and a unique Xknob control, as well as Infinite Repeat footswitch. Features 100 presets Studio quality sound Instant Program Change Real-time control with 10 knobs, MIDI or expression pedal Tap Tempo and MIDI Clock Sync/Generate True Analog Bypass Rugged cast metal construction Metal footswitches for instant Preset access Mono or Stereo operation Guitar or Line Level Inputs and Outputs Dual Delay Effects TimeFactor comes with 10 Stereo or Mono Delay Effects Digital Delay Vintage Delay Tape Echo Mod Delay Ducked Delay Band Delay Filter Pong MultiTap Reverse Looper


Eventide Timefactor vs Strymon Timeline

I like the Timefactor, it's actually a twin delay pedal, got some very nice algo's in it and it's Eventide, you can't really go wrong with stuff from them.

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March 2018 Derp's New Gear Thread

Minimoog, Space, and TimeFactor picked up this month. Not pictured is a PitchFactor. Eventide pedals were all used.

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Eventide Eclipse vs plugins

I don’t have any experience with the H9000 For what it’s worth, I did own the TimeFactor and Pitchfactor. I didn’t feel like they sounded any better than plugins so I sold them. So far - I’m loving the Eclipse. I’m told (but haven’t ever used one) that the H3000 is the one w the...

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