Dedalo MDT-6 
Tap Tempo Delay
"Maquina del Tiempo"

The legendary sound of a tape echo and the Tap Tempo technology are combined in this delay generating machine. Create ambience, spaces, rhythmic pattern subdivisions, and do ad-infinitum repeats with the Feedback control at your feet.

Check out our documentary film about the creation of the MDT-6 and demo videos @ our youtube channel /dedalofx

Be sure to check out the demo by Andy from ToneReport / ProGuitar Shop @ their site!

  • Double simultaneous delay
  • Up to 1200ms of delay time
  • Tap-Tempo with 6 different subdivisions
  • Digital sampling engine for delay
  • Analog audio path with custom saturation and filters
  • Delay modulation by variable sampling-rate
  • Infinite feedback and Tap Feedback
  • Analog Dry Thru
  • True Bypass

Just like a two-head tape delay unit, the MDT has two delays that run together, with two chips being fed in series (one after another). Each chip provides up to 600ms of delay, which allows us to get up to 1200ms in total. At the output of the first chip, the tone of the repeats is clear and cleaner, perfect for rhythmic delays or when you want it to cut in the mix. At the second chip, the repeats are darker sounding and with more analog saturation, which increase gradually in each repeat. Perfect for all kinds of ambients and shoegazing. When both are combined new sounds are obtained in a superposition of rhythmic echoes, in particular when using the special subdivision options.

Made and designed in Buenos Aires, Argentina /  Industria Argentina 

Since 2003 creating new sounds!

Listing price includes international tracked shipping.

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  • MDT-6
  • Green
  • 2016
Made In
  • Argentina

Argentina Gear

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Joined Reverb:2016

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