Delay is used to create an echo effect. It is a delayed copy or copies of the sound, usually at a reduced volume.
This parameter specifies how long to delay a copy of the sound. You can choose from 1 millisecond to 2000 milliseconds (2 seconds.) (There are 1000 milliseconds in a second.)
This parameter specifies how much of the delayed signal gets delayed again. This will create the illusion of multiple echoes. You can choose from 0% to 95%. 0% would be result in 1 echo, whereas a setting of 95% would result in many echoes.
This parameter specifies where the delayed sound will be in terms of the stereo field. Choose from the left speaker, center or the right speaker.
The wet mix is the new sound created by this effect. This specifies how much of the delay that you hear. You can choose from 0% to 100%. 0% is the same as muting the effect and 100% would result in a maximum delay.
The dry mix is the original sound. This specifies how much of the original sound that you hear. You can choose from 0% to 100%. 0% would result in no original sound and 100% would result in a 100% of the original sound.
q Use for special psychedelic effects. Turn up the feedback.
q Use at a short offset for a drum loop that is in time with the loop.
q Accentuate vocals or guitars with a short echo. This can be especially useful on electric lead ‘guitaring’ such as used on some Pink Floyd songs.