Continuing the discussion from Ideas on the blend knob:
I'm taking this discussion to another thread since it's off topic from the other conversation...
Assuming the internal sample rate is 48Khz, this means that one sample delay would put 24khz signal 180degrees out of phase. This is outside the audible spectrum but can have audible consequences to overtones. It's like placing two mics a 1/4 inch difference in distance from the source. I know that when close micing a snare or guitar cabinet, this can cause audible issues.
Lets take this to two samples. Now it will be out of phase for 12khz. This is now in the audible spectrum.
It's like placing two mics which are 1/2inch difference in distance from the source. Close micing a snare or guitar cabinet will definitely change the tone.
Is there a way I can experiment on the DUO?
Does a plugin turned off still delay the signal by one sample?
Or maybe use a gain plugin set to 0DB? Does the gain plugin delay the signal?