This effect rack uses the Beat Repeat effect to create minimalist soundscapes
There are indepedent beat repeat effects on each frequency band, Low, Medium, and High.
Each beat repeat is then followed by its own ping-pong delay.
The "Feedback", "Refresh Rate", and "Chunk Size" knobs effect the the size of the echo'ed bits and how closely the echos follow the currently playing audio.
The "Offset" knobs are used to seperate and de-sync each channel's echos.
This rack was inspired by the music of Seth Elouf
CPU Useage: 1/10
This effect rack is a delay that gets darker as it repeats.
There are two independent delays, one left and one right, for a mono delay, match the right and left delay time knobs.
Use the "Time or Sync" knob to switch between a timed delay or a tempo synced delay.
This rack functions by daisy chaining effect racks with single repeat simple delays and low pass auto filters.
The "Echo Count" knob determines the number of active delays, thus how many times the signal is echoed.
Turning up the "Feedback" knob makes the delays in the chain repeat more than once, this can cause a gain overload so I put a glue compressor at the end as a soft clipping limiter. This effect gets loud quick, so dial in the feedback slowly please!
Turning the brightness knob opens the auto filters a bit more so you get repeats with a tad more high end.
The dry/wet knob starts with a clean un-effected signal, then mixes in the delay, then mixes out the original signal.
CPU Usage: 8/10 (Less when echo count is turned down)
Currently being Re-vamped and retuned!
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