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Old 06-15-2009, 12:59 PM   #1
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Magnificent Delay time

Does anybody know the proper delay time for magnificent or something thats really close. Its annoying the hell out of me!! Thanks!!
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Old 06-15-2009, 03:30 PM   #2
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The only thing I think is certain is that it is a dual delay of some sort. But as for the times I've seen a few different ones suggested...

391ms + 261ms is what I use. Alternatively...

395ms + 525ms or 418 + 520. Not much difference between those tbh.

Its all personal preference with any of these really.

Hope that helped.
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Rule of thumb for a single delay setting
divide X by the BPM
X= factors of 15, most often for Edge, 30 and 45.

45/115bpm= .391
30/115bpm= .261

You only have to do the math once.
Divide by 15 and then double and triple that number to find something close.

Which for 115bpm is .130, so depending how accurate you want to be...often bpm calculations can vary depending how you sample it.
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Does anybody know the proper delay time for magnificent or something thats really close. Its annoying the hell out of me!! Thanks!!
Hi, during one of the promotion concerts in the States I saw on Edge's rack 385ms.
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