A granular effect for time-stretching at audio peaks
This granular effect (a 4 voice glissando granulizer) takes the incoming audio input and detects if it reaches a peak (</>). If so it triggers a granular time-stretch starting at that peak with the corresponding grain length and period between grains. Use the Release, Threshold and Sensitivity to fine tune where these triggers take place. In Panel A you will see a simplified view of the effect; only knobs, sliders and buttons for the left side of the effect will be present. The Left side acts as the master side and its corresponding values are sent to the right. Switch to Panel B to see a more intricate display of the effect. Here both the left and right side are shown and specific changes can be made to the right side by making them after you change the left (note: changes to that side will revert the right to its slave position). At this point you will see that the varied left and right side will play only on their relative stereo point. Use the Pan Shift to change each sides corresponding value: 1 will be send them to their default placement, 0 will make the signal 'mono' and -1 will invert their sides. Try to -0.5 or 0.5 for mixed stereo.