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play delay

glitchy delay effect intended for live use

(56 Votes)
1.0 (Updated 15 years ago)
6.3MB
January 08, 2006
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Delay based

DESCRIPTION

play delay is a small little delay effect that is intended for live jamming. it contains 4 playback effects that can be triggered by either MIDI or by the computer keybaord (in Reaktor standalone). the effects control the playback of the delay buffer, but after they are stopped, the delayline starts playback from the point that is would have had the effects never been used.

note that the B view is needed for full MIDI learning of the mouse-area controls in view A. these controls are definately recommended to be MIDI controlled, for maximum fun and usefulness. also worth trying is to automate the delaytime knob via one of the automation macros/instruments. the "sm" knob below the delaytime can be used to smooth the knob changes, for intersting sounds when being moved/modulated. note also that the delaytime is set stricktly in 16th notes (actually 64th notes, since the 16th notes are divided into .25 subdivisions). this is in keeping up with this effects most obvious use, of mangling drum and percussion sounds in realtime.

if anyone has an questions or comments, please mail me at the address below. and again, thanks a million for the support.

daniel battaglia
1/06
kid_sputnik..at..yahoo..dot..com

COMMENTS  (12)

shawn gilbert
14 years ago
You are consistantly "The Man"!...i mean "The Kid"!
Stefan Otto
15 years ago
thx for answer and nice to here about your plans;) buttons vs mouses - iam very often ripoff brilliant macros from others to use in other contextes and if you have a lot of "strange" macros it make it much more easyier to keep them as simply as possibly. but dont get me wrong - each author has its own style and thats verry ok so. and i guess its no prob if i personalize your work;) again: much thx for your work.
daniel battaglia
15 years ago
steffen - possibly. im working on something like this now, with exiles glex corecell, which works very smoothly on live audio. btw, why do you need buttons? for automation i guess? cuz the mouse-area FX triggers have MIDI triggers on the low QWERTY keys. also, the other MA controls have "normal" controls on the B-view. should mentioned that above, doh!
Stefan Otto
15 years ago
guess, it will take me some minutes to replace your mousearreas with real buttons, but i guess too, this work will be earned;) thx a lot, for this cpu-friendly fx. btw: cpu! i guess the core is the key and so the question, is it possibly to implement some of the nice algoritmics from clists exile-project to implement into this?
David Kennedy
15 years ago
Neat, small ensemble - much more transparent than the keymasher, which does some similar things using the keyboard input. Looking forward to using this.
daniel battaglia
15 years ago
thanks guys! @ned - ooops! i get excited about posting things alot and forget to doublecheck dumb stuff like that. will fix soon.
Donovan Stringer
15 years ago
This is really slick, cheers.. Loved Sine Rave, btw. :D
Ned Bouhalassa
15 years ago
Daniel, great ensemble. One problem: the Glitch square says, 'Glitch - C', when it's really, Glitch - Z. You should correct it so there's no confusion...;)
Andreas Wetterberg
15 years ago
very nice - *snip* and into my live setup it goes!
Phil Durrant
15 years ago
another winner from "our kid". also have a closer look at the Beat Loop. i think you will find that useful for other projects.
Nils Quak
15 years ago
stunning ens. nice, small and versatile.
Antonio Blanca
15 years ago
Hey Daniel! Other Great Ens, thanks for sharing! Cheers! Physicalsonora_
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