WROOM is a device to create harsh,brutal feedback or dreamy, softly oscillating drones or whatever else you make it do.
WROOM consists of a 'sender' and a 'receiver' ,setting up a feedback-chain in between them.
Inside that chain,you may drop whatever FX , an Overdrive for the 'harsh' or a Reverb for the 'dreamy' .
There's a feedback-limiting-circuitry ,working just as if you would be pulling down the feedback-knob in panic because things got 'out of hand'.
By using the attack and release controls, you can create complex ducking and self-oscillating structures.
You may use several instances of WROOM in your LIVE-set, each sender/receiver pair is unique to a track or an effect-rack.
WROOM requires Ableton Live 9 and Max/Msp 7.
click the 'tool site' link, there's a demo working for 5 -10 minutes and a full version as well.
-WROOM would not sound exactly the same when reloading the live-set.this is due to plugsend~/receive pairs having different latencies each time the set or device is loaded.I'll eventually write a post about that issue and how to work around this.
-a fix for the filter 'exploding' when 'FB limit' is set to 'FLT'
-added a peak-limiter to the feedback-chain to manage extreme feedback settings
-some GUI changes