A complex echo-like effect, inspired by the classic Eventide effect of a similar name. The effect consists of a diffuser (like a mini-reverb, structurally similar to the one used in JPverb) connected in a feedback system with a long, modulated delay-line. Excels at producing spacey washes of sound.
Developed as part of the DEIND project.
either an array of two audio signals (stereo), or a mono audiosignal.
approximate reverberation time in seconds
controls damping of high-frequencies as the reverb decays. 0 is no damping, 1 is very strong damping. Values should be between
controls pattern of echoes produced by the diffuser. At very low values, the diffuser acts like a delay-line whose length is controlled by the 'size' parameter. Medium values produce a slow build-up of echoes, giving the sound a reversed-like quality. Values of 0.707 or greater than produce smooth exponentially decaying echoes. Values should be in the range
amount of feedback through the system. Sets the number of repeating echoes. A setting of 1.0 produces infinite sustain. Values should be in the range
Minimal example (headphones recommended):
For the Greyball piece ( see http://tai-studio.org/portfolio/greyball.html ), the following source was used,
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