4ms - Looping Delay

Product information "4ms - Looping Delay"
Crystal-clear clock-synced delay for loop up to 90 seconds, echoes, sound-on-sound, Karplus-Strong etc.

• Loop or echo time is synchronized to a clock
• 87 seconds of delay/loop time maximum in mono mode, 43 seconds in stereo mode
• 48kHz/24-bit sampling rate, loop recorded at 16-bit (24-bit optional)
• Extremely quiet, low noise and low jitter design
• Tap tempo button and clock Ping input set the basis for one "beat"
• Delay/loop time set as a number of musical beats (or fractions of beats) using the Time knob, switch, and CV jack
• Sample-accurate clock output for perfect synchronization
• Loop clock output
• Time switches change range of Time knob from 1/8th notes up to 32 bars
• Digital feedback, up to 110%
• Delay Feed control, independent of dry/wet signal mix
• Infinite Hold mode disables recording input and fixes regeneration at exactly 100%
• Reverse mode plays memory contents backwards
• With an infinite loop locked, knobs or CV can "window" around memory, by shifting the loop
• Trigger inputs for toggling Infinite Hold and Reverse
• Send and Return for applying effects to feedback with external modules
• In stereo mode, Send and Return function as Right Channel Audio Out and In
• CV jacks to control Time, Level, Feedback and Dry/Wet Mix

THT-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. Only trough-hole parts to solder. Make sure to check the build guide before you buy. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 125
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 45
DIY Level: Easy/Medium
Depth [mm]: 28
Width [HP]: 16
Format: 3U
Panel / Color: Black FR4
Manufacturer "4ms"
In 1996, Dan Green founded an innovative effect pedal business named 3ms Pedals near Chicago, Illinois, USA. The unique designs features many knobs and the option for custom artwork and modifications. Two years later Dan moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and began producing table-top noise devices as well as effect pedals for experimental musicians. In 2002, the business changed its name to 4ms Company (d/b/a 4ms Pedals) and only a few years later began creating an advanced digital meta-instrument: the Bend Matrix, a 4x8 dynamic routing matrix, automatic circuit-bender, and octophonic mixer. In 2009, the company moved to Austin, Texas, and began designing Eurorack modules. In 2012 we moved to beautiful Portland, Oregon, where we currently have our studio in the west coast nexus of synthesizer makers. In 2016 and again in 2017 we won Electronic Musician's Module of the Year!

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