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Reversinator, a "simplistic realtime audio-reversing plugin".
The input audio is read into a 88200-sample buffer, which has two read pointers (going in the opposite direction of the write pointer), half the buffer apart. The sound from each pointer is mixed according to a raised cosine type envelope, to ensure the volume is constant, and that you never hear the discontinuity between the previous data and the new data being written in.
Reviewed By The Chase
May 5, 2018
When this came out, people said it was impossible. A real-time reverse effect? How quaint.
14 years later, I still love to introduce people to it. Through various applications of buffering fuckery, it does what it says it does on the tin, and does a great job of doing it.