Oranges, wires to avoid, moderated anxiety and a run in with odd bugs.
Delay that has its main seting set (the delay time) to the lowest value (front end), and the output of it is on the maximum (back end) gives a nice tiny reverb sounding thing (don't know how to call it properly)...
And also a signal with that effect (in tiny amounts) mixed in with the dry can create a Flanger.
I was really surprised by this discovery
True story. Chorus, flanger etc. are modulated delay lines. You can get a sort of flanger sound with this setup but not a true flanger effect as you can't smoothly modulate the delay, it's stepped.
FWIW, when listening to ModSynth #4 above you need to let it go a minute or two to hear the results. Even then it constantly shifts and morphs so you'll likely not get the same results each time Its played.