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looking for basic ping pong delay

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KVRist
 
99 posts since 3 Aug, 2012

Postby baba_anubis; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:02 am looking for basic ping pong delay

hello, I need a little help :help:

I am looking for a really simple PING PONG delay just like the built in cubase

that can play sync 1/8D and have a long tale with option of shutting down the modulation

really basic and simple pingpong delay

and I prefer FREEWARE
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Postby Tricky-Loops; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:08 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

I'd recommend the KarmaFX Dee-lay - free, simple, easy to adjust and sounds so great that I still use it on every track... :love:

http://www.kvraudio.com/product/karmafx_dee_lay_by_karma_fx
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KVRist
 
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Postby baba_anubis; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:12 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

ok any more will be great...

I tried classic delay from KJAERHUS, set it to 3/16 so it will function as 1/8d in mono mode worked great in ping pong mode something bad happen

its like he play the sound the 3/16 again then going to 1/4 mode really strange


also tried to use NASTY DLA but couldnt get a clean simple sound without any modulations

maybe because its more echo then delay...can someone explain me the diffrences between delay and echo?
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Postby xx JPRacer xx; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:12 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

http://www.e-phonic.com/plugins/retrodelay.php

baba_anubis wrote:can someone explain me the diffrences between delay and echo?

Delay is the general term. Echoes are delay which are generally above 100 ms.
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KVRist
 
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Postby baba_anubis; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:14 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

thank you...really fast replies wow :party:

I will try both of them really soon

any more will be awesom
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Postby Gonga; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:28 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

Also, any of the TAL delays will do great ping pongs.
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Postby baba_anubis; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:32 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

Gonga wrote:Also, any of the TAL delays will do great ping pongs.

I tried TAL Dub delay couldnt get simple pingpong delay...

whats the diffrence betweeb simple delay and dub delay?
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Postby GaryG; Fri Jan 17, 2014 7:42 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

Maybe:

Bionic Delay - The Interruptor
KR Delay FS - KR Research
Ping Pong Delay - Expert Sleepers

I think when people say Dub delay they just mean a delay particular suited for 'dub' sounds (filtering in the feedback loop, maybe some tape delay-style time modulation etc).
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Postby BERFAB; Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:30 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

If you're looking for a good way to get ping pong delay into your productions, with total control, here's a great technique that uses almost no CPU resources:

Take the track you want to delay and create two copies of it. Move copy 1 ahead 1/8 and pan hard left, and move copy 2 ahead 1/4 and pan hard right. Drop copy 1 fader about 50% and drop copy 2 fader about 75%. Listen to the track and adjust to taste. This will give you total control over the placement and volume of the delay. For a longer tail, just add more track copies and move them ahead in increments of 1/8.

This obviously is not useful in live situations, but can be extremely helpful in production.

Cheers
-B
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Postby Mushy Mushy; Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:31 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

BERFAB wrote:If you're looking for a good way to get ping pong delay into your productions, with total control, here's a great technique that uses almost no CPU resources:

Take the track you want to delay and create two copies of it. Move copy 1 ahead 1/8 and pan hard left, and move copy 2 ahead 1/4 and pan hard right. Drop copy 1 fader about 50% and drop copy 2 fader about 75%. Listen to the track and adjust to taste. This will give you total control over the placement and volume of the delay. For a longer tail, just add more track copies and move them ahead in increments of 1/8.

This obviously is not useful in live situations, but can be extremely helpful in production.

Cheers
-B
Brilliant idea. And then go to town with different effects on each channel :hyper:
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Postby BERFAB; Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:04 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

Exactly! :D
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Postby baba_anubis; Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:34 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

BERFAB wrote:If you're looking for a good way to get ping pong delay into your productions, with total control, here's a great technique that uses almost no CPU resources:

Take the track you want to delay and create two copies of it. Move copy 1 ahead 1/8 and pan hard left, and move copy 2 ahead 1/4 and pan hard right. Drop copy 1 fader about 50% and drop copy 2 fader about 75%. Listen to the track and adjust to taste. This will give you total control over the placement and volume of the delay. For a longer tail, just add more track copies and move them ahead in increments of 1/8.

This obviously is not useful in live situations, but can be extremely helpful in production.

Cheers
-B


indeed really nice idea and useful

I wanted ping pong delay plugin so I can use it as sends effects, I will try the plugins, that was written here

thanks for the advice, if someone has more plugins please share :clown:
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1561 posts since 17 Apr, 2001, from At the boundaries of time

Postby crimsonwarlock; Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:06 pm Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

No mention of ReaDelay yet, until now that is :D
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Postby baba_anubis; Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:15 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

Tricky-Loops wrote:I'd recommend the KarmaFX Dee-lay - free, simple, easy to adjust and sounds so great that I still use it on every track... :love:

http://www.kvraudio.com/product/karmafx_dee_lay_by_karma_fx



can someone please help me set the karma delay effect so it will function as simple delay?

i want that the first delay will be completly on the left then completly on the right and so on...
I can`t make it happen with karma delay, althou its seems its possible, maybe i am missing somehing... :help:
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Postby hlmst; Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:20 am Re: looking for basic ping pong delay

blaukraut fx delay
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