The new Flashback 2 serves up a sonic buffet of expressive delay by infusing the pressure sensitive MASH technology with our renowned delay algorithms. We completely redeveloped our Tape and Analog algorithms from scratch, recreating the tones of old school echoes with unheard realism, including every little eccentric behavior inherent in those legendary designs. We also squeezed in a shimmering Crystal delay, made with our own polyphonic octave algorithm from Sub 'N' Up into Flashback 2. And finally, with 3 TonePrint slots in total, you get more flexibility than ever, and all the legendary delay sounds that TC Electronic are famous for. == Express Yourself! == MASH reacts to the amount of pressure you put on the switch. The harder you press, the more intense the effect. We made MASH controllable through the free TonePrint Editor which means that, you can assign to any parameter and up to 3 parameters at once. For each delay preset, MASH will control a different parameter and let you express yourself without having to bend down to turn knobs and without the trouble of getting a dedicated expression pedal. For example, you can assign MASH to raise the delay time as you press down, subtly increase the delay feedback into full-blown self-oscillation, or gradually add and deepen chorus modulation for out-of-tune flutters. == New Tape and Analog Algorithms == We seriously improved the Tape and Analog algorithms to make them more realistic than ever, displaying all of the idiosyncratic flutters and warbles reminiscent of the old days. Twisting the Delay knob while playing will alter the pitch of the repeats and cranking the feedback sends the pedal spinning into self-oscillation ecstasy. With MASH added to the mix, you no longer have to strain you back to reach down and twist knobs while mid solo. Just set MASH to control the parameter you have in mind and rock! New Crystal Delay The tantalizing Crystal delay takes advantage the same cutting edge polyphonic octave algorithm that made the Sub 'N' Up Octaver a succes. By shifting the pitch of the delayed signal up an octave through each feedback loop, we've created an immaculate shimmer. MASHing in this setting sends the delays into self-oscillation, providing you with surges of incandescent tone.