Red Witch's tone wizard, Ben Fulton, has done it again! When he sat down to design a delay pedal he couldn't just put out a standard, seen-one-seen-them-all delay pedal. No, he created the Titan. The Titan has three delays in one pedal, each with their own delay, feedback and mix controls. But that still wasn't enough for Ben! He also added an effects loop on the first delay so you can add your favorite effect to just that one delay. Finally, Ben added a series/parallel switch, which allows you to run the delays in a line (one delay feeding the next) or next to each other (each delay working independently).
Three digital delays with an analog compander
An effects loop on delay one
A series/parallel switch
The "D" controls let you set the delay time anywhere up to 800 miliseconds
The "F" controls stand for feedback or regeneration. It determines how many repeats you get each time you play a note. Set it fully counter clockwise for only one repeat or set fully clockwise to tip it into out of control self oscillation.
The "M" controls stand for Mix-meaning the blend of wet and dry. Fully counter clockwise will only give you the dry (clean unaffected) signal.
Set it fully clockwise and you will get a louder delay repeat than the original signal