Amboea is a modulated multi-tap/multi-delay effect designed for a specific effect for ambient music. It was designed to delay parts of the sound by different synced periods with modulated feedback to transform pads, arpeggios etc. into expansive, shifting, panoramic environments. This effect is implemented as eight parallel delays with crossfading before or after each.
Delays can also be arranged in serial form so that each echo can be specified by duration, panning, filtering and pitch shift. This configuration is appropriate for creating irregularly timed echoes, panning echoes, audio arpeggiation and other effects suitable for ambient, glitch and other styles.
- Twenty algorithms to suit CPU use to the application.
- 8 stereo biquad filtered, panned integer delay lines.
- Serial or parallel configuration.
- Host synced algorithmic crossfading before or after delay lines.
- Windowed pitch shifting.
- Randomised LFO modulation of feedback amount (optionally amp or cutoff).
Amboea is not designed for modulated delay effects. INT length delays have the best signal reproduction (the sample that goes in has the same value coming out without interpolation).