If the FreqDivider gets clock messges from a MidiClock module, it’s sync mode should be set to “int” by all means, because MidiClock messages derived from the host seq are unstable, producing unstable delayTimes and unwanted crackles.
Default installation path: .../Effects/Tempo/
A Stereo Delay with (optional) cross feedback. In manual mode, max. delay time is 4000ms; if synchronized to MidiClock, longer delays can be achieved though (eg 120bpm, freqDivider24/256=> max. delay time is 5333ms).
Modulation speed can be synchronized to a MidiClock signal. Otherwise same as standard Flanger module.
Modulation speed can be synchronized to a MidiClock signal. Otherwise same as standard Phaser module.
(By default this module is installed in ...Flexor/Granular)
This delay samples incoming data and overrides them with a looped version of itself.
-The length of the loop is determined by the delay’s time settings.
-To hear the desired effect, a gateOn message must be received.
-On gateOff, the dry input is connected through.
-”Catch” off: NoteOff>immediate switch to dry signal
-”Catch” on: NoteOff>dry signal after one loop
-Sustain: feedback amount. Caution, possible fb overflow!
-Fade: cross-fade between looping points
any module/pair of modules can be plugged between internal flanger and feedback (eq, delay...).