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I recently purchased a DD7. The reason I did was because it seemed like a lot of tones Radiohead achieved were through delay (Yeah there are a lot others, but this seemed to be a large chunk). Thing is, I've never been too interested in delay, but I'm interested in exploring it and how to use it because on the surface, it doesn't seem I care for it. I'm assuming I'm missing it's uses.

When I think about it, I can't really think of any songs at all that use the DD7 essentially. If anything, I can think of a lot of reverb and modulation/pitch shifting, but delay? Yea, I'm guessing it's used a lot but I can't really think of anything specific that was really inspired by delay.

So the reason I'm making this thread is because I was wondering if you guys could maybe help me out by pointing out, specifically in what songs and how delay is used by Radiohead throughout their music because I feel like I may be missing it. What songs of Radiohead use delay and how is it used?
#2
Jonny Greenwood uses absolutely loads of slapback echo on In Rainbows, and Thom Yorke uses quite a lot of longer delays in his guitar parts on The King Of Limbs. I think they all mainly use delay for atmospheres though - the loud bit at the end of Morning Bell is the best example I can think of, and Ed O'Brien's guitar in the last bit of Karma Police is absolutely laced with delay.
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