In 1999 Sean Costello coded a reverb that sounded so amazing that Istvan Varga turned into a User Defined Opcode. That UDO sounded so amazing that it was converted into a full Csound Opcode. That opcode sounded so amazing that it became the first reverb added to the CsoundForLive collection. If that wasn't enough, we've given you the ability to control the reverb times for the left and right channels indepedently.
A huge name in the field of reverberation, and a huge plugin packed with 3 different flavors of reverb, including the well known (and incredible sounding) "Stanford Reverb." Like the Waveguide Reverb, we've attached an XY control to allow you to control the intensity of this effect in the stereo field.
This reverb algorithm has become famous over the years and has made its way around all of the major platforms - and now we've brought it into Live. This is the CsoundForLive adaptation of Jezar's C++ work - and we of course gave you further control by letting you control the reverb time independently for each channel.
One. Tap. This is the CsoundForLive way of doing a single tap delay. With tempo-synced MIDI-mappable buttons you can quickly and accurately alter the delay time on the fly. Also - by turning the Mix control to full this plugin becomes an "Instant Offset" module, allowing you to create chains of effects that precisely follow your original signal.
We've taken our TapDelay and added a feedback loop for the traditional digital delay with all of the clarity that comes from Csound. If that wasn't enough, we've added the ability to set a "transition time." Want to have your delay line gradually speed up from a quarter note to a sixy-fourth note triplet? Turn the knob, press the button.
This delay takes over the stereo field and allows you to control it all with the ease of an XY pad. And of course, if you can turn it you can MIDI map it.