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Old 05-04-2017, 10:18 AM   #1
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Resources on gear specific "niche techniques"?

Anyone know resources on gear (can be software as well) specific "niche techniques"?

By niche techniques I mean things such as that automating some delay effects time parameter (in ms) produces springing and pitching effects.

So niche techniques are techniques of some particular gear whereby using it in some particular parameter ranges or settings gives "unconventional effects".

It could be useful if there was a resource where you could search with the gear name that you have and then have all sorts of tips on that gear listed.

E.g.

Search "DDL-1" would bring up e.g. that:

"Setting the time to "ms" and using the effect with chosen dry/wet and medium feedback while automating the time over some range <100ms produces pitch shifting and springing effects to the incoming audio."

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Re: Resources on gear specific "niche techniques"?

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It could be useful if there was a resource where you could search with the gear name that you have and then have all sorts of tips on that gear listed.
That's basically what Google does for you these days though.
Having seen the dip in traffic here over the last year or so, I'd be very surprised if anyone could be willing to collate all this very specific info into one site for you.
Not saying it can't be done, just that for most people that would seem like a poor use of their time.
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Re: Resources on gear specific "niche techniques"?

I'd say to rtfm .

Some companies will all but put their source code in the documentation for a VST. I'd be surprised if some synths don't do that as well.

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I'd say to rtfm .

Some companies will all but put their source code in the documentation for a VST. I'd be surprised if some synths don't do that as well.
It's not that such would be for understanding how to use said gear, but more like it would be interesting to be able to investigate, what effects units have some "interesting parameter ranges".

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