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Trippy delay effect

Automated Delay UnitIn Reason, put a delay device on any drum beat or instrument. Create an automation track for it. Then, make sure that the track’s record toggle button is on. Hit record, and go wild with changing the delay time (the box with numbers in it), feedback, delay unit (ms or steps), etc. If done right, you get a crazy effect because a non-fixed delay time has to compensate for the change by fluctuating the pitch, it’s really weird sounding. Try it!

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4 Responses to “Trippy delay effect”

  1. nfsmusic.blogspot.com says:


    You should add a sample of this effect. I’m using FL and am trying this now with random samples; sounds nice/better. Thanks for the info, help and samples.

  2. admin says:


    Thanks for the suggestion. I put up a sample of a drum loop using this trick.

  3. modulo22 says:


    Hmm. Good post.

  4. Roboticman says:


    I’ve long attempted to produce this effect. Now I know how its done.

    Thank you a lot!


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