tallowwaters wrote:The WTPA sampler should be able to do buffer f**k too.
but it makes everything sound like robot diarrhea
The Eventides are definitely awesome (the h8000 is on my wish list for my little home setup) but if you have that much cash to spend and wanted to spend it for glitchery, you'd probably be better off going with a Kyma system or modular or something like that instead, no?aeon wrote:It's not really cost-effective if you are only going to use it for this (glitch) purpose, but a modular-level Eventide with sampling engine, e.g., DSP7500, Orville, H7600, and/or H8000-series, would work very well for this (among other things) since you would be able to program the glitch effects you wanted, with the control and timbral shaping you desired.
All manner of stutters, slicing, drops, reverses, buffer overruns, reorders, reclocks, DC-transients, aliasing, quantizing, bit meddling, and so on can be achieved.
mome rath wrote:bit reductiontallowwaters wrote:?
s**t, we just created our own buffer f**k.tallowwaters wrote:Nobody is talking about bitcrushing, we are talking about buffer f**k.
That Gotharman stuff is Very impressive! Looks as though I will have to begin saving up for the deFormer..tallowwaters wrote:?Gotharman also makes a realtime time stretcher that could do grain shifting, but at quite a price...