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This is based off classic analog/tape delay units which degrade the sound slightly on each echo. Using a feedback loop filing the sound through a delay and a series of a low and high pass filters, the echo characteristics can be set to taste.
I will release this soon with some other stuff I've been working on. For now, just a quick demo of what it does and can be used for and 2 ways to use it's 'mix' setting.
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here is a quick one to see how it can be done. this one just uses a pair of EQ's in the feedback loop. you could substitute more hi-q sounding filter pro's in there and controll the Q of them... just depends on taste. this one is hard wired for milliseconds. Using the feedback modules introduce a few ms of latency in the loop. the delay time min is about 20-30 ms or so. be careful because this one can feed back and squeal out of control.
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Hi! I didn't have a chance to check this out yet, but you might be interested in my tape delay plugin that ships with Sunvox. (this does hilight though, I wish the shipped effects were in a more prominent place, most people seem to not be aware of most effects that actually ship with Sunvox, because they have to browse some obscure directory for it)