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Ever since my first digital delay unit (a Roland SDE1000) I've always thought there was something magical about the echoes created with a digital delay.
The way they bend time and tone and pitch...and give an extra dimension to any otherwise static line of rhythm or notes...just glorious stuff. Even in small doses.
UVI's Relayer is a device that puts more possibilities in our path than most delay effects.
Its always a mixture of calculation and suprise as to the outcome when I start working with Relayer:
what I *think* a certain combination of settings will yield vs the reality of what IS yielded in those settings...well the ACTUAL results are always a LOT more fun and lively
I think its a testament to the developers in putting together such a complex, yet easy to operate tool.
I really hope you enjoy these.
care was taken in creating these to be inspirational as well as useful
Please DO tweak these as they are meant to be starting points as much as reference points;].
the 206 presets are organized into four folders:
insert treatments (10)
"drums" were programmed for drum parts, but don't let that limit you. Use them on whatever you like. They just happen to be more "open" and less likely to sound cluttered on a drumloop or an otherwise repeating rhythmic pattern.
"insert treatments" makes use of the very special sound colorations tools that are available in Relayer.
These presets do NOT actually have any "delay" aspect...the are for coloration only... (using the Modulation, Diffusion, Color, and Master Filter settings...)
while Relayer does not actually allow you to "turn off the delay" on the wet signal...I've set the delay time to the absolute minimum so that these presets can be used in an instance of Relayer PRIOR to any other delay (...OR an additional instance of Relayer that DOES use the delay parameters.).
"inserts" are the majority of the presets included in this set. These presets are meant to used ON the audio and instrument tracks in your DAW.
"sends" are exactly the same presets as the "inserts"...however (for convenience...) the "sends" button in Relayer is activated so that ONLY the WET signal is passed.
These presets are for use on the return channels of the mixer in your DAW.
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