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RE: this looper's delight
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gareth Whittock [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday 12 December 1998 8:56 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> Subject: Re: this looper's delight
> Hello chaps,
> 'Been messing with a brilliant program for the PC - Audiomulch.
> It's what I've ben looking for for a loooong time.
> Basically its a series of signal processing "contraptions",
> ring mod, stereo delay up to 2seconds per side, phaser,
> flanger, mixers spatialiser, (doppler shifter) and - wait for it
> REAL TIME GRANULATOR YES YES YES :)))))))
> So you set up the real time input icon and attatch it to say
> a stereo delay, (of course) but then you set up another
> stereo delay, and another........
> you can feed the signal back into itself via a virtual
> mixer, perhaps also via a parametric eq or a reverb contraption
> so each successive delay is more reverberated than the last.
> and yes you could arrange it so that you can set up a loop
> by opening the input to one of an array of delays,set up a loop
> close its input thus leaving it running and then open another
> leaving you with the option to fade the original. If you have
> enough processing power you could have quite a few going.
> I have a Pentium 1 200mhz and can set up 2 * 8 sec independant
> delays (mono) with the ability to fade each in or out. I've taken
> audiomulch to work, (purely in the interests of research you understand)
> and it runs about 4 times as fast on that p2 333mhz. Thats 8 * 8second
> mono delays all at once. I can't stop using this thing:))
> The latency is about 160 millisecs on my system which I can certainly
> live with but obviously even less on a P2
> It's a beta version at the moment but it's surprisingly stable for that.
> I KNOW some of you guys are going to LOVE this thing.
> Naturally I've asked for longer delays and the author seems amenable
> check it out
> No I'm not working for the guy I'm just SOOOO impressed!
> > Which -- if any -- of these boxes will let you play multiple loops
> > simultaneously? I don't mean layering on one loop and then clicking
> > to a parallel, but unrelated loop for another section. I mean having
> > loops 1 - 2 - 3 - 4... running simultaneously in parallel, and being
> > able to turn off #2 for a couple passes, then bring it back in and
> > turn off #4, etc. You know, like an 8-track mixer with track mute
> > buttons, or like a sampler where you can trigger multiple samples
> > while others are playing.
> > > ... I don't mean layering on one loop and then clicking to a
> parallel, but
> > > unrelated loop for another section. I mean having loops 1 -
> 2 - 3 - 4...
> > > running simultaneously in parallel, and being able to turn
> off #2 for a couple
> > > passes, then bring it back in and turn off #4, etc. You
> know, like an