The original Cooper Time Cube was a Duane H. Cooper and Bill Putnam collaborative design that brought a garden hose-based mechanical delay to the world in 1971 and has achieved cult status as the most unique delay ever made. The Cooper Time Cube is famous for its spectacular short delay and doubling effects and its uncanny ability to always sit perfectly in the mix. Over the years this quirky device has grown a strong following and finds a home in the most prestigious studios in the world. The Cooper Time Cube MkII has all the sound of the original delay system design but offers all the necessary features expected from a modern delay device: Delay, Decay, Pan and Volume controls plus Tempo Sync and Automation for each of the two independent delay lines.
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