Delay time changes without pitch changing?

Aug 23, 2007 at 2:17am

Delay time changes without pitch changing?

Howdy, was just messing with the tapin and tapout objects by sending random delay lengths to the tapout, is it possible to do this without changing the pitch of the audio?

I wish to send random delay times in real time somewhat like that Jonny Greenwood patch I’ve hearrd so much about.

Thanks in advance…

#33371
Aug 23, 2007 at 9:59am

Ross skrev:
> Howdy, was just messing with the tapin and tapout objects by sending random delay lengths to the tapout, is it possible to do this without changing the pitch of the audio?
>
> I wish to send random delay times in real time somewhat like that Jonny Greenwood patch I’ve hearrd so much about.
>
>
Hi Ross – ah, the wonders of the inter-tubes, eh?
Go to maxobjects.com and look for the term VDB – that stands for
Variable Delay Buffer and it’s going to be awesome.

Cheers,
Andreas.

#111148
Aug 23, 2007 at 2:10pm

cool thanks, wasn’t able to make it sound that musical but I’ll continue experimenting

#111149
Aug 23, 2007 at 2:39pm

You may try to cut the sound while changing the delay time (using amplitude envelopes and sample&hold modules for example) or use two crossfaded delay lines

#111150
Aug 24, 2007 at 2:56pm

if you’re talking about the ‘go to sleep’ guitar effect then it would probably be easier to record to a buffer and pull out random pieces here and there than use a delay…

#111151
Aug 24, 2007 at 9:28pm

robin foster skrev:
> if you’re talking about the ‘go to sleep’ guitar effect then it would probably be easier to record to a buffer and pull out random pieces here and there than use a delay…
>
I don’t think so, Robin. VDBs to me are the simplest tools in the world
- no buffer recording at all, and it has the “click-removal” part down
already. Horses for courses, I guess :-)

Andreas.

#111152
Aug 25, 2007 at 12:57am

for that sound, is he constantly filling the buffer the whole time and
playing back bits of whats been recorded, or does it just keep
rewriting a smaller buffer and pulling bits out of it randomly(random
start/stop/lenght?)

does anyone have a patch of that sort of thing?

rodrigo

On 8/24/07, Andreas Wetterberg wrote:
> robin foster skrev:
> > if you’re talking about the ‘go to sleep’ guitar effect then it would probably be easier to record to a buffer and pull out random pieces here and there than use a delay…
> >
> I don’t think so, Robin. VDBs to me are the simplest tools in the world
> – no buffer recording at all, and it has the “click-removal” part down
> already. Horses for courses, I guess :-)
>
> Andreas.
>

#111153
Aug 25, 2007 at 6:21pm

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Aug 25, 2007 at 8:02pm

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Aug 25, 2007 at 8:48pm

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