RitDelayMod TonePrint by Lee Ritenour
The idea here was the same as Rit’s TonePrint without modulation: a nice stereo ping-pong delay that is warm and present, but not too 'in your face'. Lee wanted to add just a tiny little bit of modulation on the tail of the delay trails, which makes for a very subtle afterglow on an already beautiful sound. It adds just that hint of shimmer and life that is really pleasing to the ear.
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In Lee Ritenour's own words, the effects he uses are very subtle. “In my band I am not doing parts as much as I am the lead sound - I'm the horn, I'm the voice - so it is really in the tone of the guitar", he explains. "I like the delay running most of the time just as a little ambient sound, mixing with the stereo reverb as well."Read more about Lee Ritenour