The Overloud Tapped Delay is the recreation of a unique analog processor that delivers modulating tap delays along with sound widening effects. Six analog bucket-brigade delays can be individually switched and panned to create custom delay patterns.
OTD-2 goes beyond the traditional delays and chorus allowing you to create unique modulations and greatly expand the stereo image. Design astonishing doubling effects on vocal tracks or add warmth and character to any source. Thanks to OTD-2's hyper-analog delay circuit, you can replicate the tone of legendary artists like Jimmie Vaughan and Allan Holdsworth.
6 delay taps can be assigned for the left and right channels separately, as well as switched on/off. The head positioning can be tweaked as well.
In addition to mono mode, the delay regeneration can be stereo-reversed (Cross Mode) and taken from multiple taps (Verb Mode) in order to create a reverb-like decay.
The maximum delay time is extended from 55mSec to 1600mSec, with the BPM sync option.