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Old 10-05-2011, 01:00 AM
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Hello all. I have been playing around with the idea of making customized delay loops within Numerology and found that it works very well. By using the built-in "Audio Delay" and decreasing "Feedback" to 0 and manually returning feedback. Any number of degradation can be applied to this loop, such as a filter or a saturation effect. I use both a low pass as well as TAL Tube. I also place a dynamics processor to control volume since out of hand feedback will get loud and eventually crash the DSP.

Once you have the basic loop setup, you can start getting really wild by putting in various effects, I placed a pitch shift right behind the delay, so each echo gets progressively lower in pitch. I've also put in some granular effects.

Things can get pretty crazy, and I love how Numerology permits it - no matter how retarded the feedback loop, Numerology would rather crash than limit the user.
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Old 10-05-2011, 02:53 AM
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Hello all. I have been playing around with the idea of making customized delay loops within Numerology and found that it works very well. By using the built-in "Audio Delay" and decreasing "Feedback" to 0 and manually returning feedback. Any number of degradation can be applied to this loop, such as a filter or a saturation effect. I use both a low pass as well as TAL Tube. I also place a dynamics processor to control volume since out of hand feedback will get loud and eventually crash the DSP.

Once you have the basic loop setup, you can start getting really wild by putting in various effects, I placed a pitch shift right behind the delay, so each echo gets progressively lower in pitch. I've also put in some granular effects.

Things can get pretty crazy, and I love how Numerology permits it - no matter how retarded the feedback loop, Numerology would rather crash than limit the user.
Nice one. I'm not strong on feedback techniques..
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Old 10-05-2011, 03:22 AM
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Hello all. I have been playing around with the idea of making customized delay loops within Numerology and found that it works very well. By using the built-in "Audio Delay" and decreasing "Feedback" to 0 and manually returning feedback. Any number of degradation can be applied to this loop, such as a filter or a saturation effect. I use both a low pass as well as TAL Tube. I also place a dynamics processor to control volume since out of hand feedback will get loud and eventually crash the DSP.

Once you have the basic loop setup, you can start getting really wild by putting in various effects, I placed a pitch shift right behind the delay, so each echo gets progressively lower in pitch. I've also put in some granular effects.

Things can get pretty crazy, and I love how Numerology permits it - no matter how retarded the feedback loop, Numerology would rather crash than limit the user.
Me too 'I've worked a lot with the Numerology delay and the other audio module and really those permit really complex fx chain.
about the granular FX do you know the Michael Norris granular suite ?
http://www.michaelnorris.info/softwa...-spectral.html
it's free and good.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:16 PM
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Hello all. I have been playing around with the idea of making customized delay loops within Numerology and found that it works very well. By using the built-in "Audio Delay" and decreasing "Feedback" to 0 and manually returning feedback. Any number of degradation can be applied to this loop, such as a filter or a saturation effect. I use both a low pass as well as TAL Tube. I also place a dynamics processor to control volume since out of hand feedback will get loud and eventually crash the DSP.

Once you have the basic loop setup, you can start getting really wild by putting in various effects, I placed a pitch shift right behind the delay, so each echo gets progressively lower in pitch. I've also put in some granular effects.

Things can get pretty crazy, and I love how Numerology permits it - no matter how retarded the feedback loop, Numerology would rather crash than limit the user.
I haven't had great luck with feedback in numerology even with the dynamics processor....Just gave it a shot again and the audio engine seemed to get overloaded very quickly.

In large part what originally attracted me to Audiomulch was it's ability to handle feedback.

I really love feedback it's one of the main reasons I keep hardware.
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