Think some of you might get a kick out of this (caveat I haven't done any spoken-word improv in a long time, so I can't really vouch for the quality of my words):
The pd part:
The recording was done using an old ps2-jack logitech footpedal (which I found out really only has 4 electrical lines out: red, black, white, and green (directly connected to the potentiometers) so I routed them to my arduino and sent those signals (once normalized) to 2 effects (one to the left and one to the right channel of a stereo recording plus as second line (vocal) to the right input (using a really cool) double 1/4" female to 1/8" stereo male adapter cable I picked up at Guitar Center.
So I sent in 2 signals, left and right. Right I left clean as vocal and recorded to its own stereo track and left I divided and sent to a second stereo track with then left being a delay-feedback line (DIY2 abs) and right being a pitchshifter (DIY2).
So as I played my left foot ramped (from 0 to 1) the delay and my right foot ramped (also from 0-1) the pitchshifter.
Very happy with the results.
Found my self thinking it is kind of representative (given the vocals) of what might be called "folk acid-rock".
Tally ho. And Good Luck in all your endeavors.
Would love to hear what folks think.
Hope you enjoy it or at least find it entertaining.
Ciao for Now.