Ableton Live’s Device Series – Part Three: Simple Delay
In this third installment of my Ableton Live’s Device series I will be tackling the Simple Delay.
Simple Delay is a time-based processing unit that can allow you create anything from small amounts of delayed space in your sound, to large vast atmospheres that are almost indiscernible from the original sound. I will go over each control on the plugin (including the ambiguous sync delay times).
If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave one below and enjoy!
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