A classically laid out dual channel delay hides the seamless analog/digital crossover characteristics of the 0 modules. The slew rate limiter can take instantaneous jumps of delay and drag them out into sweeps as in tape delays, or leave the full bandwidth inputs to freely index time. Tracking v/octave CVs, clocks, pitch, or MIDI brings a world of new possibilities for tuned delays in physical modelling and tempo tracking at arbitrary ratios. Further to the features targeting tuned application its latency compensation will account for any modules patched into its output.

Further details are in the user guide.