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Echo Grease

Echo, Delay, Chorus, Flange, Oscillation Effects. Lube your mix!

(48 Votes)
1.2.1 (Updated 4 years ago)
7.4MB
December 18, 2013
Reaktor 5 or lower
Effect Delay based

DESCRIPTION

This unit can produce a wide veriety of sounds from rich chorus and flanger swirls through modulated delay spacescapes to extreme interactive sci-fi self oscillation effects.

Echo Grease lubes the parts other delays cannot reach!
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v1.2 includes:
numerous bug fixes
improved sound quality allowing reduced oversampling for most patches
'extreme' LFO settings
pink noise injection in feedback for more 'real' self-oscillation fun
Long/short settings, reduces the compromise between better chorus/flange and sound quality in long delays
more snapshots
v1.2.1 - oops, I forgot to compress the automation IDs. Now done.

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If you find bugs or have any improvement suggestions, please ask on the Reaktor forum or leave a comment... why not leave a comment anyway!

Regards, ColB

COMMENTS  (23)

Stephen Wey
9 months ago
I've updated this to work as an effect in Komplete Kontrol with controller mappings and NKS presets - if you want it I can upload a link
kevin halloran
10 months ago
awesome and insane with modulation!
ian ainslie
1 year ago
Love this. Such a cool effect, that I used in a track on the same day that I D/L :) Thanks
Michael Barker
2 years ago
I have a fondness for greasy echos and this suits me fine. Thanks for sharing.
Michael Bourne
3 years ago
Fab!!
Justin Browning
4 years ago
This is easy to use and comes in handy for creating odd-ball sound effects!! Thanks Colin!!
andreas haun
4 years ago
@colin with the new version, i have many unused parameters !
Colin Brown
4 years ago
Yes, that's why I uploaded version1.2.1 with the parameters sorted and compressed, and a ready to go .ens with just Echo Grease that you can load directly into Reaper
andreas haun
4 years ago
@colin ehm. in reaper there are ca. 850 unused parameters in the automation and then comes wet and bypass !?
Colin Brown
4 years ago
Hi andreas. I have tested in Reaper, and all works fine for me. I think we should continue this discussion in the Echo Grease 1.2 thread the Reaktor forum. More likely to get useful input from others there.
andreas haun
4 years ago
@colin i saw a YT vid wich was about sorting and compressing the controller id's. any idea where to find again ?
andreas haun
4 years ago
@colin thanks. i load reaktor and then i import the ens. i delete the junatik and connect the in with with echo -> no sound. i try an other reaktor instance and load the space master -> sounding ! import the echo ism file and replace it with the space master -> no sound ??? what could be wrong. if i reconnect the space master module i have an output again !
Colin Brown
4 years ago
Hi andreas. I've uploaded an update with the controller ID's sorted and compressed. That might help. Also, don't load a .ism file straight into reaper. Use a .ens. I've included an appropriate one in the zip.
andreas haun
4 years ago
some problems in reaper. if i want to automate parameters last touched, i reads in reaper "unused" ??
andreas haun
4 years ago
howto setp this in reaper. i can't get it work with wav files
Paule
4 years ago
Thank you, Colin.
Casper Ravenhorst
4 years ago
Awesome, thanks for sharing.
marco vicari
5 years ago
fantastic.
Gennaro Giugliano
5 years ago
hi,many thanks for your share ens :)
michael lancaster
5 years ago
Reminds me of the sonic chaos i used to get with my old melos tape echo(tapes now sadly broke). It's still going on as i type thanks for the share
Chris R Gibson
5 years ago
Always up for a good sonic 'lube', thanks Colin ;-)
arachnaut
5 years ago
"extreme interactive sci-fi self oscillation effects" - you sold me! This is really nice and the audio quality is superb.
David Perlzweig
5 years ago
this is great! I used it on some drums and the "sync lock" is very nice. But i didnt manage to automate things in my host Maschine 1.8. The automation ids seems to be out of range. Great sound and handling.
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