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The Echo algorithm is an echo or delay-like effect, which can be tempo-synced. Echo Time--This parameter adjusts the time between each echo. Note that when Tempo Sync is not active, this parameter has a range of 10-2000 milliseconds (up to two seconds). When Tempo Sync is active, this parameter is set in note values such as 1/8 or 1/16. Diffusion--Clarifies the bounce and number of reflections of the echo. Works in combination with the Spread parameter. Tempo Sync--Turns the tempo sync off and on. LF Damp--Controls the rate of decay for the low frequencies. Spread--Adjusts the space of the additional reflections set by the Diffusion parameter. Predelay--Introduces an additional delay before the first echo. The Multi Tap algorithm produces four separate delays, each with its own adjustable parameters. The settings of this algorithm differ greatly from the others, as each tap is assigned its own set of parameters. There are a few common parameters used in taps 1-4, including: Tempo Sync--Turns the tempo sync off and on. Diffusion--Clarifies the bounce and number of reflections of the echoes. LF Damp--Controls the rate of decay for the low frequencies in the echoes. Tap Delay--Adjusts the delay time of each tap. Note that when Tempo Sync is not active, this parameter has a range of 10-2000 milliseconds (about two seconds). When Tempo Sync is active, this parameter is set in note values, such as 1/8 and 1/16. Tap Level--Adjusts the amplitude of each tap. Tap Pan--Adjusts the panning assignment for each tap. When Repeat Tap is selected, this parameter adjusts the time between each repeat of the entire set of tap delays. One of my favorite algorithms in the RV7000, the Reverse, mimics the backward effect that you hear so often in ambient electronic music. Length--Adjusts the time between when the source signal is processed and then played back. Note that when Tempo Sync is not active, this parameter has a range of 10-4000 milliseconds (about four seconds). When Tempo Sync is active, this parameter is set in note values, such as 1/8 and 1/16. Density--Used to control the thickness of the reverse effect. Rev Dry/Wet--Mixes between the dry unprocessed signal and the wet processed signal. Tempo Sync--Turns the tempo sync off and on.