Using this Delay Time Calculator you may calculate your delay times in milliseconds for the digital reverb or digital delay processor you are working with. You must first enter the BPM (beats per minute) into the calculator. To do this, move the shuttle wheel until it displays the correct BPM of the music. If you are using a sequencer, then enter the corresponding number from the BPM display. If your music is played and not sequenced, count the quarter notes for a one minute duration to estimate the BPM manually. One beat is equal to a quarter note in most cases.
The calculator will now display the millisecond values for a full note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, 3/16 note, sixteenth note, and a sixteenth note triplet. The most common delay times are quarter note or eighth note delay. You can achieve some creative results by taking your original BPM and dividing or multiplying by two or four, enter that number into the Delay Time Calculator and use the corresponding millisecond note values.
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