In this video, we hear Lex Rotary placed in TimeLine's feedback loop. TimeLine's Ice delay machine is set to create delays pitched an octave above the original guitar signal, creating a somewhat organ-like tone. Those pitched delay repeats are processed by Lex, bringing out the organ-like qualities of the delayed sound while leaving the dry guitar signal untouched by the rotary effect.
TimeLine is a studio-class stereo delay effects pedal that gives you twelve unique delay machines, each with extensive control over sonic character and feel. Go from crisp and clear, studio-quality digital delays all the way to the saturated and fluctuating sounds of tape delay machines. Get warm and fuzzy analog style repeats all the way to shimmery, sparkling, and crystalline ice delays.
Tweak to your hearts content and save up to 200 presets of your favorite sounds. Top it all off with full MIDI implementation and a routable, 30-second stereo looper and you’re on your way to delay bliss.
Lex provides you with a complete, accurately reproduced rotary system: the low-frequency bass rotor, the rotating treble horn, the tube-driven amplifier, finely tuned microphone placement, and all the complex sonic interactions between these elements.
Utilizing a ridiculously powerful SHARC DSP, every drop of processing power is harnessed to authentically represent these details.
You can manipulate each element, including rotor speed, horn level, acceleration time, microphone distance, tube drive and saturation, and volume level.
Go from a maelstrom of dramatic, up-close, sweeping and swirling sounds, all the way to mellow, tranquil and calming undulations. All of this without a giant cabinet, microphone setup, and costly motor maintenance.
Guitar: Gibson Les Paul (neck pickup, vol & tone at max)
Signal path: OB.1 (compressor + mid boost) » Sunset (hard with Drive at minimum » treble) » TimeLine (Lex in TimeLine feedback loop) » BigSky (Spring Reverb and Cab Filter) » audio interface