• No Memory.

    THIS WAS A LIMITED RELEASE WITH MY BAND’S LAST RECORD. AN UPDATED DESIGN WILL BE FORTHCOMING, PLEASE BE PATIENT.

    on to the good stuff…
    No Memory is a digital delay using the infamous PT2399 chip, capable of delay times ranging from 33ms to approximately 3s. there will be noise once you get past 400-600ms, oh yes, but simply embrace it. cherish it. make it something you can’t live without; a distinct feature of your tone… remember all of those analog synths that featured a white noise generator? yeah. love it.

    naturally, modulation and delays go together like white noise and analog synths, so of course No Memory features a lush, envelope-modulated detune/bend function which creates anything from a unique pitch-shifting instant-shoegaze tremolo-arm weirdness to a subtle, barely-there warble.

    CV controls, a tone control for your repeats, a fully wet mix control and a warm, vintage-voiced preamp giving you plenty of available output are the rest of what this delay pedal has to offer. make no mistake, you will not forget about No Memory.

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    No Memory.

    THIS WAS A LIMITED RELEASE WITH MY BAND’S LAST RECORD. AN UPDATED DESIGN WILL BE FORTHCOMING, PLEASE BE PATIENT.

    on to the good stuff…
    No Memory is a digital delay using the infamous PT2399 chip, capable of delay times ranging from 33ms to approximately 3s. there will be noise once you get past 400-600ms, oh yes, but simply embrace it. cherish it. make it something you can’t live without; a distinct feature of your tone… remember all of those analog synths that featured a white noise generator? yeah. love it.

    naturally, modulation and delays go together like white noise and analog synths, so of course No Memory features a lush, envelope-modulated detune/bend function which creates anything from a unique pitch-shifting instant-shoegaze tremolo-arm weirdness to a subtle, barely-there warble.

    CV controls, a tone control for your repeats, a fully wet mix control and a warm, vintage-voiced preamp giving you plenty of available output are the rest of what this delay pedal has to offer. make no mistake, you will not forget about No Memory.

  • power
    please use a standard 9V DC power supply (designed for musical instruments) with a negative center 2.1mm barrel and do NOT run at higher voltages.

    controls
    tone: filtering in the delay's feedback loop allowing for dark to bright-ish repeats. note *brighter settings will result in quicker feedback*

    feedback: changes the number of repeats from 1 to infinity (self-oscillation)

    mix: simple enough. 100% wet to 100% dry

    volume: simple enough. quieter to louder. there is an available boost here!

    bend: sets the envelope modulation threshold.

    depth: sets the envelope modulation depth from subtle to weird.

    up/down toggle: sets the direction of the modulation. up for upward sweeping pitch and down for downward sweeping pitch.

    time: sets the delay time, from around 30ms to anywhere up to 1s. repeats get crunchy and noisy and there will be some clock noise (whining) when turned up. that is normal.

    CV IN: CV input for control voltage or expression control over (not 100% sure about all of the options just yet...) MIX, TIME OR REPEATS, internally selectable.
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    power
    please use a standard 9V DC power supply (designed for musical instruments) with a negative center 2.1mm barrel and do NOT run at higher voltages.

    controls
    tone: filtering in the delay's feedback loop allowing for dark to bright-ish repeats. note *brighter settings will result in quicker feedback*

    feedback: changes the number of repeats from 1 to infinity (self-oscillation)

    mix: simple enough. 100% wet to 100% dry

    volume: simple enough. quieter to louder. there is an available boost here!

    bend: sets the envelope modulation threshold.

    depth: sets the envelope modulation depth from subtle to weird.

    up/down toggle: sets the direction of the modulation. up for upward sweeping pitch and down for downward sweeping pitch.

    time: sets the delay time, from around 30ms to anywhere up to 1s. repeats get crunchy and noisy and there will be some clock noise (whining) when turned up. that is normal.

    CV IN: CV input for control voltage or expression control over (not 100% sure about all of the options just yet...) MIX, TIME OR REPEATS, internally selectable.
  • No Memory
    No Memory
    Error type: "Bad Request". Error message: "Bad Request" Domain: "usageLimits". Reason: "keyInvalid".

    Did you added your own Google API key? Look at the help.

    Check in YouTube if the id PLNyu46FDGCQcUHWAxU-8b_OjYi4Qbll_b belongs to a playlist. Check the FAQ of the plugin or send error messages to support.
  • 3 reviews of the No Memory

    1. Jon

      This delay is wild and insanely well ranged. From crazy, to normal, and a blend of the two, it’s this delay. The Mod switch allows some crazy tape effects. The lag switch is a great option. Having dynamically sensitive modulation is wonderful and the fact that it effects the time is also awesome. It gets ridiculously long delays that just sound like static and wash and crushed fidelity. The EQ knob allows to keep a delay and lay off the harshness.

      I’ve not used the expression feature, but I’m sure it’s fun. The real gem is to find a good setting for the mod section and engage it at random times during a song. Really great layer. Excited to see how the production version differs.

    2. sean

      I love this thing. I’m a huge delay-head (if that’s a thing) and my favorite thing about this delay is that I still can’t wrap my head around it. I’ve had it for months now and it still throws curve balls at me! New sounds just keep coming out of it. I use the No Memory in conjunction with a Space Echo and a DD-7 and the No Memory is like my nuclear option. When my shit needs to get REAL I just turn this on with the mod function and all hell breaks loose!

    3. Evan Gordon

      This pedal is top notch! I’ve been toying with it almost exclusively (except for fuzz boxes) for the last two weeks. I’ve managed to pull tones that sound like they’re ripped straight from John Dwyer’s (Thee Oh Sees) rig, wildly modulated shoegazey delays, weird lo-fi distorted repeats that uncontrollably cascade ad infinitum, and wacky self-oscillations, clicks, and whirs that make me wonder whether I’m playing guitar or playing a synthesizer. And the best part is I still don’t know how to use this thing.

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    3 reviews of the No Memory

    1. Jon

      This delay is wild and insanely well ranged. From crazy, to normal, and a blend of the two, it’s this delay. The Mod switch allows some crazy tape effects. The lag switch is a great option. Having dynamically sensitive modulation is wonderful and the fact that it effects the time is also awesome. It gets ridiculously long delays that just sound like static and wash and crushed fidelity. The EQ knob allows to keep a delay and lay off the harshness.

      I’ve not used the expression feature, but I’m sure it’s fun. The real gem is to find a good setting for the mod section and engage it at random times during a song. Really great layer. Excited to see how the production version differs.

    2. sean

      I love this thing. I’m a huge delay-head (if that’s a thing) and my favorite thing about this delay is that I still can’t wrap my head around it. I’ve had it for months now and it still throws curve balls at me! New sounds just keep coming out of it. I use the No Memory in conjunction with a Space Echo and a DD-7 and the No Memory is like my nuclear option. When my shit needs to get REAL I just turn this on with the mod function and all hell breaks loose!

    3. Evan Gordon

      This pedal is top notch! I’ve been toying with it almost exclusively (except for fuzz boxes) for the last two weeks. I’ve managed to pull tones that sound like they’re ripped straight from John Dwyer’s (Thee Oh Sees) rig, wildly modulated shoegazey delays, weird lo-fi distorted repeats that uncontrollably cascade ad infinitum, and wacky self-oscillations, clicks, and whirs that make me wonder whether I’m playing guitar or playing a synthesizer. And the best part is I still don’t know how to use this thing.

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