Kammerl Beat-Repeat mode
Note: This mode requires a clock signal plugged into the Trigger input. Without a clock signal, it holds the most recent slice (or outputs silence if no clock signal has been previously provided).
The Kammerl Beat-Repeat mode analyzes the incoming clock signal to enable real-time slicing of the audio input. Each slice can be played back with different loop, pitch and distortion settings.
Enables slice processing / beat-repeating. If not enabled, slice processing is randomly enabled based on the blend mode Slice Probability.
Defines the beginning of the loop interval relative to the total slice duration. To support in-sync beat repetitions, it is quantized as follows: [0-1/64] free/unquantized, 1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1.
Defines the size of the loop interval relative to the total slice duration. To support in-sync beat repetitions, it is quantized as follows: [0-1/64] free/unquantized, 1/64, 1/32, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 1.
Defines the playback pitch. The Kammerl Beat-Repeat mode does not time-correct the pitch changes (like a tape or record running at different speeds). This allows for interesting groove effects, since audio is delayed towards the end of the slice but
reset at the slice beginning. To the very left, the knob defines a zero pitch, to the very right, the original playback speed. The pitch modulation is determined by the Pitch Mode knob.
Selects one of four pitch modulation modes:
- (left position) Fixed pitch - no modulation.
- Linearly decreasing pitch starting from the original pitch to the selected target pitch (Pitch Knob).
- Linearly increasing pitch starting from the the selected target pitch (Pitch Knob) to the original pitch.
- (right position) Simulated vinyl scratching - sinusoidal pitch modulation. The Pitch Knob defines the intensity.
Loop Size Modulation:
Defines a decreasing loop size during the slice playback. This enables a ping-pong bouncing ball effect: Tak tak tak taktak tatatatatttttttt
Defines the probability of disabling bypass and processing an incoming slice. Note that activating the FREEZE button overwrites this setting.
Selects a clock divider: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 which changes the slice lengths accordingly.
Mixes to Clouds feedback loop. Since the slicer doesn't delay the signal, this actually results in something more like a phaser effect.