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Pittsburgh Modular Analog Replicator

Analog Delay

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Pittsburgh Modular Analog Replicator
Pittsburgh Modular Analog Replicator
349.00 street price

Analog Replicator is a delay built on two BBD chips.

Delay is conventionally considered to be analog, since the BBD (Bucket Brigade Device) technology is something between the analogue and the digital (the signal is discretized in time, but not quantized in amplitude).

The chip used in the module has 4,096 stages (capacitors), which allows a maximum delay of 1.3 seconds. When the "8192" mode is turned on, the chips work in sequence, and the resulting delay is 2.6 seconds.

The "SHORT/LONG" switch sets the limits for adjusting the delay time:

10 - 175 mSec / 10 - 1300 mS for 4096.

20 - 350 mSec / 20 - 2600 mS for 8192.

It should be taken into account that this type of delay is characterized by loss of signal quality with increasing delay time.

The parameters of the delay time, feedback and the ratio of the direct signal to the delay have an input for external CVs (control signals). This allows for complex modulated delays and chorus effects.

Country of origin / production: USA

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Usage area
Modular System 
Usage Design/ Form Factor
Sound Module 
Modular Format Eurorack
Type of Sound Module
Analogue (A) 
Audio out
Audio in
Analog 1/8"1
Width (Eurorack)16 HP
Weight1 kg
Case/ body
Production start2012

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