As I mentioned in a previous post: "idea: "riding the wave"delay length triggered by env~ size (link", I had been wondering about controlling a delay line via the env~.



My idea had been to mimic the "power" of a wave (akin to what I have been suspecting we will do once we figure out how to harness the power of gravity waves): the larger the amplitude > the further the auditory "ripple" and the longer it lasts.

The abstraction below, pushdelay~, is my incarnation of that idea.


Much merriment thru you and yours.

-help (from the -help comments):

In this pushdelay~ abstraction the length of time on the delay line, as well as feedback, are driven by the amount of the env~, the larger the env~ the longer the delay time and more feedback there is.;
In "inter" (interval) mode, the abstraction takes the current delay time and sets a metro to that time;
opens a spigot and captures the maximum value for the env~ during that period then sets the next delay and metro times to that value.;
In "cont" mode, it sets the delay and feedback times continuously based on the envelope value.;
The relationship between the delay(x) and feedback(y) values can be set using the curve ctrl, either linear, convex (sinusoidal) or concave (also sinusoidal but inverted).;
Turning the abs either off|on starts the inital metro.;
If in "off" mode, the delay ctrl may be moved independently. However the feedback will still change the same way, mentioned above.


p.s. the original delay~ abs is from the DIY2 collection.