Daz Diamond is back with another wacky, experimental effect. When we last joined Daz, he was sharing strange and wonderful granular, delay, and sidechain effects. Now, he’s been thinking about buckets (as in brigades, as in sets of delay lines combined to form a reverb). He writes:
Hi Peter, I’m at it again, and have just put out bucketEER MK I – a stereo reverb/delay fx inspired by bucket-brigade style machinery – simple, quite primitive, and surpirisingly good sounding – also interesting for unusual delays with lots of taps …
Full specs on his site, but here’s what I like about the fact that it’s very much in “beta”:
At the moment, when changing from one preset to another, the buffers may get stuck for a few seconds resulting in a glitchy effect. this may or may not be a bad thing, and may or may not happen depending on your host.
So, quick, go grab that before he fixes the problem, and add some organic glitches to your reverb!
Some powerful features:
- Pre and Post effect shelving filters
- Predelay with control over level and time
- Size and Time controls
- Width and Mix controls
- Central readout of knob values
- 17 Randomize buttons – ‘global’ and ‘local’
- Freeze Function
- Bypass switch for each bucket and slot
- Output level meter
- 8 presets
Daz welcomes donations. I may also give this a go on Linux — enjoying Windows VST compatibility on one machine.
Updated – somehow left out these links. Been a bit out of it this week; sorry!