A hybrid analog/digital delay with four different delay types.

Italy (January 13, 2014) -- TimeLab is the highly anticipated new product by Mastro Valvola Pedals, a real time lab to vent your own creativity and experiment various “dimensions” of delay.

A “user-friendly” versatile delay, suitable for immediate use which also allows fans of sound research and experimentation, to create unique atmospheres by interacting with the various controls.

TimeLab is a hybrid analog/digital delay. The dry signal and the filter applicable to repeats, are controlled by the analog part of the circuit, while the setting of repeats is performed through digital algorithms of our own creation, which reproduce four original delay sounds with exceptional sonorous quality.


  • Four delay types: Digital – Analog – Resonance – Modulation.
  • Active analog filter to emphasize the frequency response of repeats.
  • Time range from 0 ms to 1000 ms.
  • Tap Tempo with subdivision between quarter notes, dotted eighth notes and eighth note triplets.
  • Delay time control with soft pitch bending.

Suggested retail price is € 190 VAT excluded.

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