dualReverseDelay is a dual plugin both as two sets of knobs (one per channel) and as two directions: reverse and forward.
- Two sets of knobs (one per channel).
- Stereo enhanced by offset.
- Button to change the direction of delay: reverse and forward.
- Toggle Lowpass filter from left to right - nice effect, can balance frequencies on stereo channels.
- Toggle direction of delay from reverse to forward - unique feature on the delay area. This can produce amazing effects
- Host sync delay rate and free time rate.
- Rich rates: triplet and dotted.
- Ping pong made by offsets.
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Good idea, but in fact, the start point is not to control! I think you have to comprehend, what the musicians wrote, here below.
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Like Loe said, it is. the reverse delay starts at random point. What good is an effect that sounds different every time? But wouldn't it be pretty easy to fix the error?
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Delay forward and reverse it's an unexpected premiere in the delay area. Very cool sound effect.
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Too bad. There are such good ideas of Saschart, but so less knowhow to think like a musician!: 1- In reverse mode, the reversed samples are starting not correctly at the right point, they start each time at a random point. I think, it would be simple for a good programmer like Saschart to solve this. 2 - The offset knob scale is not named corectly, 50% is in real +/-0, 0 and 100 are in real -50 and +50. 3 - In sync mode for example 1/8 feedbacks aren't come in 1/8, but in 1/4 offbeats. Maybe the framer read this and work together with a professional musican in future. Then the results will get a kick to be on top. Best wishes. Thank you!
It's wrong what you're saying! I'm the sound designer of SaschArt company and at the same time a musician, you can check on the internet... The delay start is not random, it is exactly from the beginning of the project but on reverse cycles. So, the end of the delay is exactly on the rate set, in addition, but if your audio input is not on rate set in delay rate you must take care that the cycle runs in the reverse way - here things get complicated and to high rates it can give you headaches. From what you say, your audio input is not on rate set. Correct your audio input or synchronize the offset with your input to can have what you want, the program do not do what the musician has to do. The program can not know where the user transmits the input and must be synchronized with the beginning of the project. I'm going to talk to the company to specify in the description of the delay these aspects, I think there are other musicians who do not understand.
The other aspect, it's dual, on each channel, so 1/4 is divided by two channels, there are two different signals - obviously if the offset is different. If my company was doing it on 1/8 others were saying it should be 1/4 at 50% offset. Here it's more relative because of the offset but considering that ReverseDelay was launched before and uses ping-pong we decided to go on the same line. It would have been true what you say if this delay used only equal offsets, on the contrary, it's used the most at 50%.
Hi, EmRysRa, thank You for answer. It's nice, that You have time for me. I do a second trial: Always, if I start my Ableton DAW exactly on the same "1" of the same measure in the song, than each time the reverse delay sounds different, because the reversed sample does't start, where it should start, synchronized to the moment I push the play-button. Perhaps your program looks ahead and runs a reverse loop, till the playback is started? That would be the reason for the random startpoint, because your loop can be on any point, in the moment of starting the song. By the way: In forward mode, the delay always starts correctly! And also your easygate-VST always starts correctly! Our other aspects are more a question of taste.
Loe you are new on the reverse area man, all reverse delays works the same, but this has a brilliant offset through can handle any situation.
unfortunately, for all your welcome enthusiasm, you forget to listen to the subtleties. If a properly working reverse delay is quantized, let's say, in quarters, then each quarter should sound properly backwards. But the Reverse Delay from Saschart doesn't do that! By the way, I've been working with backward effects for a very, very long time. So far, it has been time-consuming to cut a clip into quarters and then run each quarter individually backwards. Well, some reverse delay in the future will do that work for all of us. Saschart is pretty close :)
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I did some superb effects that can not be done otherwise, thanks to share!
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AU and vst doesn't show op in Ableton
Did you send the problem to the producer? It sure learn you what to do.
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Great on drums/vocals/fx & 32bit aswell
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Вот это стОящая вещь! Вот таких бы побольше на этом сайте!