[PD] Detuning reverb ?

Pierre Massat pimassat at gmail.com
Mon Jul 9 18:50:00 CEST 2012

Thank you both for your replies!
I tried Lorenzo's solution. It didn't work prefectly at first (there were 2
things to fix, one with the message sent to the line~ controlling the
pitch, the other one a few objects below with a [t b f]), but it's a good
idea and i'm getting something really close to I wanted (I've attached the
patch with my few minor corrections).
Lorenzo, do you mind if i used it on my blog? Of course i'll mention the
author, and your website or blog if you have one.
Johanna, I'll try your option and i'll get back to you.



2012/7/9 Lorenzo Sutton <lorenzofsutton at gmail.com>

> On 08/07/12 19:01, Pierre Massat wrote:
>> 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<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N5tx68-d2I>).
>> It sounds like a
>> constantly downward detuning reverb,
> 'By ear' it sounds like a downward pitch shift triggered/reset at each
> guitar note with a slight gate on the attack itself, the shifting linearly
> (?) going down and with a reverb tail.
> Attached is a quick try.
> The pitch-shift part is basically a rip-off of the audio/G09 example by
> Miller and a very rudimentary trigger with [env~] and a pipe (to delay the
> opening). Try playing with the parameters and let me know what you think ;)
> Lorenzo.
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