Delay time changes without pitch changing?


    Aug 23 2007 | 2:17 am
    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...

    • Aug 23 2007 | 9:59 am
      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.
    • Aug 23 2007 | 2:10 pm
      cool thanks, wasn't able to make it sound that musical but I'll continue experimenting
    • Aug 23 2007 | 2:39 pm
      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
    • Aug 24 2007 | 2:56 pm
      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...
    • Aug 24 2007 | 9:28 pm
      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.
    • Aug 25 2007 | 12:57 am
      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.
      >
    • Aug 25 2007 | 6:21 pm
    • Aug 25 2007 | 8:48 pm