|Author||Topic: Delay Lama VSTi|
Posted: 23rd May 2002 11:34
You have to try this:
Posted: 23rd May 2002 11:52
This is without a doubt the #1 VSTi out there. Period.
Wish they made a smaller version of the interface - so that i can line up like 5 of them.
Hats off to the guys - this is the most fun i had in like eternity.
Posted: 23rd May 2002 11:56
tonight i will try it out in my meditationroom
cool idea for sure !!!
thank you !!!!
Posted: 23rd May 2002 11:56
Streuth! My entry for the next contest will consist solely of Delay Lama.
ps. How's Bidule for OSX shaping up, can't wait to try it?
Posted: 23rd May 2002 12:00
This is an odd duck, that's for sure. Cool, though!
Posted: 23rd May 2002 12:05
Does anyone know if they're planning to add full AKAI import functions, Giga triggers, multiple outputs and ambisonic decoding? I mean the D Lama is great, but it could use some extra features...
Posted: 23rd May 2002 12:10
But how close does it sound to Absynth?
Posted: 23rd May 2002 12:16
They ripped the idea off Steinberg's Jesus Chorus-t.
Posted: 23rd May 2002 12:46
It's the eyebrows that do it for me.
More VSTis should have eyebrows...animated, expressive eyebrows...
Posted: 23rd May 2002 13:00
quote:...which reminds me of the old Frank Zappa quote:
[ 23 May 2002, 16:02: Message edited by: Har ]
Posted: 23rd May 2002 13:46
Load Crystal (might work with others,I haven't checked) on to midi channel 1 of Cubase.Load teh Lama on channel 2.Select thechannel Crystal is on,then open up the Channel mixerand click on teh Lamas' "edit" button.Play with the x/y controller of Delay Lama...
Eye of the beholder I suppose.Pity both axes don't bug out like that,but maybe they do...Just have to find out what cc it is really.
Posted: 23rd May 2002 13:53
What a bizarre vsti..... Hours of fun methinks.
Posted: 23rd May 2002 20:48
Totally enCHANTing, I love it !!!!
Posted: 23rd May 2002 21:05
Anybody tried that setup I posted yet no?
Seriously,do...You'll be surprised! Makes it even *more* fun.
Posted: 23rd May 2002 21:07
Special award for the coolest VSTi around!!!
Posted: 23rd May 2002 21:36
Ive played around with the FOF opcode in csound, ive been waiting for someone to do this type of synth
Posted: 23rd May 2002 21:52
what a great idea. and oid, i tried your suggestion in logic and no joy. oh well, maybe it would be a good idea to take this opportunity to aplogise. sorry for being a twat, you were right. nice little vst anyway. and as mwnp said, we need more eyebrows
[ 24 May 2002, 00:53: Message edited by: splattabreakz ]
Posted: 24th May 2002 00:23
Completely amazing. I can play with it for hours and hours and hours. I wish that someone would make a VSTi that worked the same way as Vocal Writer does but for Mac and PC.
Posted: 24th May 2002 03:08
Wow this thing is unique, good, very lively sound..Actually useful
Maybe there will come a traditional gui too?
This design reminds me of Ohmforce gui's or something, all crazy..
[ 24 May 2002, 06:18: Message edited by: exponent ]
Posted: 24th May 2002 03:40
and I rarely say phucking
And MAc too YiHAAAAAWWWW
Posted: 24th May 2002 04:04
quote:You are right, that is weird Might be able to find a use for it tho'.
Posted: 24th May 2002 05:37
hahahaha, this is exactly what I've been after for ages! Anyone tried using it as a modulator in a vocoder yet?
Posted: 24th May 2002 05:41
wow, thanks a lot to the makers of this plugin.
Really interesting and sounding pluggie this pluggie.
I´ll use this, that´s for shure....
Posted: 24th May 2002 05:45
huiiii....if you move the mouse very fast it can do this typical "jajajajajajajajaja" like my girlie always does....
boh...but you people dont know my girlie, so never mind.
Posted: 24th May 2002 05:45
Ian,it's cool alright,a free x/y controller,if we can figure out how to get both axes on teh go!
Splatta: No worries,no hard feelings.I was acting the knob a bit due to excessive trolling on SOS,which is still the best forum for learning about the more technical aspects of music production/PC gubbins for audio on teh net.
[I love this place too,even though I haven't posted too much since joining]
PS,betcha didn't know that the Graham Sutton taking part in that thread is Boymerang (or was,don't think he's doing D n' B anymore,going back to his roots by all accounts).
Posted: 24th May 2002 06:45
FYI, Korg Oasys PCI has done a similar thing for a long time with its included Vocal synth plugin (without the fun graphics, though!):
Demo mp3's (scroll down to "Vocal" at the end):
A demo song using it:
[ 24 May 2002, 09:49: Message edited by: spritex ]
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:06
When I read the name of this instrument I had the best laugh i had for ages. Havent tried it yet, but Im sure its amazing...
Now, when is The Pope Organ coming out?
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:22
made a short thingy with it
hope yall like it
its a 64 kbs mp3 so the quality is not super
i made it very quick
delay lama and i sing a duet now
my nose is stuck and my voice isn`t to good at the moment so don`t judge to hard on me
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:26
i must have done something wrong or the site i posted this too is working in a different way now
lets try it again
zen budistic love
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:30
can`t figure it out ....
try right mouse button download as
hope it works ..
anyway ... superplugin !!
i use my pitchstrip on the kurzweil to change the sound of the voice
uuuhhh aaaah iiiihhhh etc...
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:45
It sounds like the vowel filters from my EMU Morpheus actually...Not something I'd be tempted to use really,far too cheesy for my taste,but good fun all the same.
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:49
I´ve been to the Logic-User-Group at Yahoo the last minutes, and there the link to Delay lama was also posted. And after reading all the replies I thought I post them here, just because I don´t think it happens that often to see such comments on a fresh released freeware plug.
(the comments are excerpts, and I hope its okay to post them here.):
I've spent the last 4 years practicing throat singing and now it comes out in a
Actually it sounds pretty good, if totally artificial.
2.Jesus, ..... i cant stop laughiiiing
fantastic the best vst on planet oh my god.......
it is so good to see that humor is still there on the lUG.......
thank you so much for the link....
i cant stop la.......
3.Sorry, had to reply to get this re-posted as it really is the best
thing I have ever seen! No-one should be without a copy!!!
4.And: finally a plugin that even made my girlfriend smile and be interested :-)
5.Bravo to the authors of this plugin! It made my day...well worth the download!
6.This is the BEST plug-in EVER!
7.And: finally a plugin that even made my girlfriend smile and be interested
8.- ))))) ha ha ha...LoL
Posted: 24th May 2002 07:50
Posted: 24th May 2002 08:17
I don't know if anyone's tried Pluggo 3 yet, but there's a similar sort of instrument plugin in the new set called Vocalese.
Not nearly as entertaining as this, I'll admit.
Posted: 24th May 2002 10:18
I really like this.
It's fun, it's stupid and it's even vaguely musical.
I wonder if that's what people first thought about the Theremin??
Posted: 24th May 2002 11:03
This is the coolest thing I've ever seen. All that sound and amazing animation. For free. From some guys in college. Wonder what they'll think of next?
Posted: 24th May 2002 11:45
quote:Probably that's the ultimate usability test ...
Posted: 24th May 2002 14:23
Yes! This is a great plug. Big respect goes out to Audionerdz...
I don't care much, but the 3d-GUI is all messed up on my PC. I only see digital stripes.
But I dont't care, the sound is wonderfull. I'm gonna have a deep meditation tonight
Posted: 24th May 2002 14:25
Man, I laughed my ass of when I loaded up Delay Lama - top bollocks!
Got my mate and girlfried in to show em and they were laughing an all!
BTW - Oid and Ian B.
The Delay Lama works as a simple XY pad because the pad bit sends out midi messages (on certain midi CCs - can't remember which).
If you find that useful, I made a little XY pad VST plugin that sends out midi CCs in the same way (i.e. to cubase's midi buffer, from which they get sent to whichever is the selected midi track) - you can select which midi CCs to send with mine so it might be a bit more usefiul (but a lot more ugly) for control.
you can get it from here:
(there's Midi step sequencer and LFO plugins as well - they work as above).
The animation on the monk is spot on. The way he jiggles when he ain't doing anything... possible update to sync his jiggling to the song tempo?
Posted: 24th May 2002 14:37
I'll download it in a mo' then do a bit of experimenting...........
Posted: 24th May 2002 14:53
This is pretty damn cool. The vowel deal could really be useful. I'll have to look at the pluggo as well.
Posted: 24th May 2002 14:55
I hope these guys go into profesional development and keep creating inovative stuff like this.
Cool sound and had everyone laughing their ass off.
All for free! Nice work guys!
Posted: 24th May 2002 15:27
yeah, for a first plugin, that's gotta top the bill really!
I'll definitely be donating to the savetibet organistaion.
Posted: 24th May 2002 15:29
Cheers Dunk.If you've been reading the "Skin For Crystal" thread,then you might know that it won't stay ugly for long m8!
iT Wi11 B h4X0r3D!!!
Posted: 24th May 2002 15:45
Oid - I was talking about my plugins. standard windows components I'm afraid!
Posted: 24th May 2002 19:10
This thing is insane!!! Defintely the funniest VSTI, and probably the most fun too!
Posted: 24th May 2002 20:29
What,your plugins are standard Windows components? What u talkin' 'bout Willis?
Posted: 25th May 2002 05:56
Oid - as in, the GUI is made up of standard windows GUI components - like sliders and comboboxes and tab pages and things like that.
Posted: 25th May 2002 06:03
why isn`t the delay lama on the front page ?
wait .... honeymoon vacation ?
anyway ... it`s in my standard rack now
i received emails about my little duet with delay lama. Delay and i allready made an appointment to record a new one.
Posted: 25th May 2002 06:27
Forget me mentioning the 3d gui not working. Forgot to read the manual
Maybe it's because I run KVR in the background, but now Delay Lama shows me KVR posts in it's gui as I play it !
[ 25 May 2002, 09:38: Message edited by: Michiel ]
Posted: 25th May 2002 07:58
I know its been said already, but this is the most truly original and (bizarre, crazy brilliant) VSTi (not to mention INstrument as well) the 3d animated gui is hilarious. ah well guess ill cancel that trip to Tibet to sample those monks lol. I recorded a bit with both my MIDI controller keyb and some fooling around with the mouse, Cubase recorded it all!. MAJOR PROPS TO DA AUDIONERDZ CREW. thanks for the comic relief and moreover a VSTi that doesnt emulate another friggin analog. Im going to listen to some sutras. ciao
Posted: 25th May 2002 10:07
PA: It's at www.audionerdz.com
Posted: 25th May 2002 14:09
Here's one I made about an hour ago, just to test this thingy. Shows that it can be used in a more serious fashion too(if you think this thing is serious ):
Not very original, close to my previous song(Cemetary Moon) uses the drums in the same way, but this was supposed to be a demo...
Posted: 25th May 2002 17:27
Hey, I agree with tyrant: A VST version of VocalWriter would be way kewl!
Posted: 25th May 2002 21:36
Anybody get SONAR to record mouse movements yet? CAn't figure that one out. Might be an fXpansion issue.
Posted: 25th May 2002 21:41
hilarious! Watch out for monk four-way harmonies very soon.
Posted: 25th May 2002 21:47
The best bit is the ability to alter the head-size in real time! Can you just imagine watching that happen in a concert or something? It's the guy with the pulsating cranium!
Posted: 25th May 2002 21:50
Can someone tell me how to dowload Delay Lama ?
I've been trying with Kvr, the pluginlist and requests to Google but nothing...
Posted: 4th July 2002 04:07
Yes, great fun.
Anyone else having problems with hanging notes? My little monk keeps singing the same note endlessly after the song finishes or when I press the stop button. Only happens during playback, not while playing live. Is this some karmic imbalance on my part?
(Using Delay Lama 1.1 in Cubase 5, PC.)
Posted: 4th July 2002 13:52
happens with me in massiva too . . .
. . . cheers rob
|Moritz Morpheus MkIII|
Posted: 5th July 2002 00:50
quote:...that´s true...nice to see another Morpheus user!