asked Jun 08 '14 at 19:14 by stylemistake (1.1k)

edited Jun 16 '14 at 14:20

Is there some way to:

  • add micro-delay to device stack;
  • adjust delay for individual devices;
  • or create desired effect by using an existing device?

I want to make metallic sounding by summing time-shifted audio, and didn't find any possibility to do this without using external VSTs (which tbh is not good - external VSTs add complexity and dependency).

Comb filters and Delay-2 are pretty close as alternatives, however comb filter is fundamentally a different effect, and Delay-2 doesn't allow for very tight delays (lower than 10ms).

UPD: Comb filter actually does what I want, I just didn't know :)


Related question: Delay 2 manual only goes down to 10ms

Comb filters work fine for this kind of effect. Also try blur.

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answered Jun 16 '14 at 13:33 by dreamonn (66)

Ah, thanks for pointing out, I've just googled comb filter and it does exactly what I want.

  — (Jun 16 '14 at 14:25) stylemistake
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Sometimes things sound the same because they are the same ;)

I also appreciate the fact that the comb filter has negative feedback, which both delay-1 and 2 lack.

  — (Jun 16 '14 at 20:10) dreamonn

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Asked: Jun 08 '14 at 19:14

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Last updated: Jun 16 '14 at 20:10