Blocks Guide Description
The Plex Delay block uses a feedback matrix so that each of multiple delay lines is fed back to itself and all the others. The effect can produce very smooth, reverb-like atmospheric effects. When combined with modulation or detune, the result is a huge and lush-sounding space with qualities of echo, reverb, and chorus all at once.
In comparison to other Plex effects, the Plex Delay block allows the use of 4, 6 or 8 delay lines at once.
List of Types
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The most basic type of this algorithm, with up to eight lines, delay modulation, input diffusion, built-in ducking, input envelope controls, and more.
Based on Plex Delay, but adds eight high-quality pitch shifters with a range of ±50 cents to the output of the delay taps. These create a chorusing effect in the plex tail.
Adds eight high-quality pitch shifters with a range of ±24 semitones for everything from angelic shimmers above, to infrasonic depths below.
Creates large, lush, spacious, ethereal reverbs with a minimum of parameters.
Creates classic shimmer effects with scintillating upper octaves.
Axe-Fx III Plex Delay Block Articles
FM3 Plex Delay Block Articles
The Axe-Fx II does not have the Plex Delay block. However, the Multi-Delay Block contains Plex-style delays.
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