A Brief History of Delay:
Delay effects first gained notoriety as part of the ‘Musique Concrète’ movement of the early 1940’s in France. A decade later, the effect began to find its way into popular music via commercially produced tapes echos. Although tape-based delays never lost popularity as a sound, the stability and programmability of digital delays, starting in 1971 with the Lexicon® Delta T-101, lead to a new revolution in sound that has dominated for over 40 years.
Lexicon and Delay:
We may have started the revolution, but we didn’t stop there. Lexicon has been as synonymous with delay as it has been reverb in studios around the world, and the PCM Native Dual Delay can give you the sound that takes your mixes to the next level.
“Lexicon makes the most ‘musical’ delays - it’s THE sound”
Mark Howard (U2, Peter Gabriel, Neil Young)