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Multi-effect device combining several glitch effects

(17 Votes)
1.5 (Updated 2 years ago)
1.8MB
April 30, 2016
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Multi-Effect

DESCRIPTION

This is a multi-effect device that combines several typical glitch effects such as highpass filter, lowpass filter, bit crusher, distortion, digital delay, roll and pingpong echo, scratching, tape stop, and stutter.

I have designed this effect towards usability, especially for live performance. There are just 8 knobs and 8 buttons, so it's easy to map to a MIDI controller without getting lost in features and settings.

Have fun!

v 1.5
- Added the possibility to change the speed factor in the B view, to enable really fast stutter effects
- Changed the scope view

v 1.4
- The duration, in beats, of the tape stop effect can now be set in the B view.
- Replaced the DLY button with a multi-purpose TRIG button, whose functionality can be set in the B view:
- "Mute" to mute the output (for manual stutter)
- "DLY Gate" to gate the delay effect dialed in with the DLY knob
- "Reverse" to reverse the audio
- "Rev Stutter" to turn all stutter buttons into reverse-stutter buttons

v 1.3
- Removed the tape stop fast-forward noise again, since it wans't really convincing and doesn't always fit into the music.
- Merged the two tape stop buttons into one single button whose time value can be adjusted in the B view.
- Added a DLY button that gates the delay effect dialed in with the DLY knob (which now remains ineffective until the button is pressed).

v 1.2
Added a settings page in view B where the FF noise for the tape stop can be enabled/disabled

v 1.1
Enhanced tape stop effect by fast-forward noise on button release

COMMENTS  (13)

Sergey Pichkyrov
7 months ago
Love it. but it colors the sound if no effect applied. At least highs(above 15k) cut substantially.
Leandro Muñoz
1 year ago
last comment I mean TRIG button when in DLY gate if any doubts...
Leandro Muñoz
1 year ago
I´m really enjoying this! And, I wanted to make sure the DLY button does what it does...I mean, it kinda fractalizes the sound, but I dont seem to get any delay effect... that is normal, right? maybe a sound sample could be shown to see it in action? thank you!
Kim Joris Boström
2 years ago
I think (hope) I uploaded my final update. Now there's a multi-purpose TRIG button whose functionality can be set in the B view. See the description for details.
Ian Komosa
2 years ago
Hey thanks for considering my suggestion :) great work!
Kim Joris Boström
2 years ago
Thanks Ian, I implemented your suggestion and added a DLY button that enables the delay effect that is dialed in with the DLY knob (which now remains ineffective until the button is pressed). That enforced me to merge the two tape stop buttons into one, since I want to stay within the 8 knobs / 8 buttons limit. However, you can now adjust the tape stop duration in the B view. Also, I removed the ff noise altogether, since it wasn't really convincing and stood rather in the way of the musical flow.
Ian Komosa
2 years ago
Very well done and easy to use. A trigger button for the delay would be good, as well as a dial
Ng Mui
2 years ago
Wow thanks a lot, that's perfect!
Kim Joris Boström
2 years ago
Hmm, the tape stop ff noise may be not always fit into the music, you're right. I've made a new version with a settings page in view B, where you can disable the ff noise sound. Does that do it for you?
Ng Mui
2 years ago
Hmm, ok, but you did write - Enhanced tape stop effect by fast-forward noise on button release - and I'm quite sure I heard the difference when using tape-stop 1.0 compared to 1.1. That's all I meant actually, not that it's a big issue, got many tape stops and is totally up to you! I will probably find it once I take a better look, so no worries ;) Cheers!
Kim Joris Boström
2 years ago
Thanks for liking it! I just noticed that the IDs of the ensemble got somehow scrambled so that it wasn't possible to assign all knobs to controllers in a DAW. Therefore, I sorted and compressed the IDs and uploaded the ensemble again, under the same version number 1.1, because there is no difference in functionality really.
Ng Mui
2 years ago
Outch, now I have overwritten the version that doesn't do the fast forward, I think it should have a switch at least, I personally wouldn't need that behavior as much even tho it's a nice little addition. If you point me in the right direction I could just remove it myself :)
Ng Mui
2 years ago
Very Nice! Thanks for sharing!!!
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