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Old 2009-10-26, 08:25
kage630
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delay in Hz

i've found that you can make some cool delay-based resonator devices in reason by running a signal through a delay unit with high feedback and extremely short time (a few milliseconds); further, by splitting the signal and running it through two such delay units with the appropriate relationship between delay times, you can cause the signal to resonate in a musical interval.

however, this effect is not tunable, meaning that it will typically not harmonize with synths in standard tuning; likewise it lacks flexibility to resonate a signal at, say, an E minor chord, which requires a precise relationship between the times of the resonating delay units.

a delay unit with delay time specified in Hz (in addition to steps and ms, of course) would address this.
 

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