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We’ve bundled together two of Ned’s most popular devices at one bargain price, Dirty Echo and Psychedelay
Psychedelay – Relive the 60s or go swimming in this glitchy acid wave of pitch shifting delays and smudgey reverbs as your sound flies away into a big sea of grainy clouds and psychedelic swoosh.
This is a sampling echo that gives you extra control over how you want to achieve tones in your sound design. As its sampling the audio, you have more control over the playback then you would with a regular delay, such as pitch shifting, reverse, and outrageous sounds that come from this when you start to play with the feedback.
Add ethereal clouds of euphoria to a simple piano riffs, swim in a psychedelic pool of wash and wobble that’ll leave you disoriented in a good way. Grab a chunk of the audio to turn the echo into a sample you can twist and pitch into oblivion.
Control the sampling delay for pitch shift, reverse the echos for general mayhem or euphoric cloud rushes…
Dirty Echo -It’s Dirty, it’s an Echo, there’s not much to say on this one, it’s best to hear it in action!
Inspired by the sonic experiments of dub reggae, the endless evolving clouds of dirt and howl that come from feeding echoes back into themselves, that classic sound of the Roland Space echo, Dirty Echo seeks to add an extra tone and degree of function and experimentalism to echo sound design in Ableton Live in one unit.
You can use the filters to shape the tone of the echoes, add compression to keep control of levels withouth ahving to add more devices, you can achieve dub style effects without using aux tracks by using the send buttons, and you can add extra space using the the built in verb, overdrive, and modulation to the echoes to great sutble wow and flutter or extreme wibbles. Dirty Echo is a homage to the lofi soundscape.
Psychedelay & Dirty Echo – £9.99
The download link includes the individual devices:
– Dirty Echo
Minimum System Requirements
Download the device to your Hard-Drive, either drag it directly into an Ableton Live set or create a shortcut to it from the Places section of Live’s browser