[PD] Detuning reverb ?
johanna.nowak at aol.de
Sun Jul 8 23:44:20 CEST 2012
* Pierre Massat <pimassat at gmail.com> [2012-07-08 19:06]:
> Dear List,
> I've been trying to recreate the effect that can be heard on Pavement's The
> Hexx (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N5tx68-d2I). It sounds like a
> constantly downward detuning reverb, I have no idea if this is an existing
> guitar effect or if it was created in studio by Nigel Godrich. My last
It is a short delay with a pitch shifter in its feedback loop. The
detuning is a few cents only.
my few cents only :-
> attempt resulted in this (
> http://guitarextended.wordpress.com/2012/07/08/detuning-delay/), which
> doesn't really sound like the original at all...
> I think I need delay lines driven by a phasor with a squared output, so
> that the speed at which the length of the delays increases is not constant.
> I also think I need to envelop the delay lines somehow, and switch between
> them so that the maximum length is never reached. But right now I short of
> ideas. From what i've found on the web, this should be doable with a
> granular delay, but I never used any granular stuff.
> Any suggestion is welcome...
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