<br><div><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;"><br>That is quite a lovely timbre.</blockquote><div><br>Thanks Joe and Cesare! <br></div>
<br><br>I was very happy to discover that trick, not sure why exactly it sounds like it does. To me this one has some qualities that I asociate normally with slapping some analogue guitar effects on a synth sound.<br><br>
There are some pritty interesting interactions between that reverb and the Blit, for one thing if you don't cut back the gain of both there is terrible distortion, I would've imagined that just cutting back on the volume of the Blit would also prevent the JCRev from distorting. Maybe it hits some modes of the delays or something.
<br><br><br>Random bonus trickery that might help someone;<br>It turns out that the dac is just a single object shared by all shreds. This means that if you should encounter clipping in a live context you can run a file that just goes something like;
<br><br>.8 => dac.gain;<br><br>and all instances of the dac will be scaled. Maybe that was already obvious to everyone but me but I just discovered it a few days ago and I'm finding it very usefull when improvising.