#1
I would just like some examples from any folk here. Can someone give me some song names that have an analog delay, and some songs that have a digital delay so that I can compare which kind of delay suits me more? Thank you.
#2
Best way i can describe the difference is that with analog delay, the repeat saturates, whereas with digital delay it stays clean.
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#3
Really you would be better off trying an analog and digital delay in a store or something. Listening to a song wont really give you much insight into the differences.
#5
Analog:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhRjD6pgobo
Digital:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Xy5yakhu7s&feature=related
Just listen to some samples of both and you should figure it out.

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#6
Analog repeats lose some of the high frequencies, so it seems to die away like that as well as volume. Digital is a stock repeat at decaying volumes

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#7
Analogue repeats are warmer, Digital generally have longer delay times.
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