@polyexpressive Should it be possible to "join" snippets of a long IR with a crossfade? Here's what I tried -I'd try fading the end. It'll need a bit of tuning to work out the best fade length, I usually trim at 131072 samples, it's around 2.73 seconds and I fade the last 0.2 seconds. Running them with a delay helps too.
It'll come on at 60% so you've got some spare. If there in parallel they split between the CPUs better so they might not add anything to the load. 500ms is too long for a cab IR, you'll be picking up a lot of room sound in that. The reverb IR can have up to 3.5 seconds of IR or you'll be able to run a few shorter ones. However the reverb IR loader adds additional latency as a fixed pre-delay of I think 5.3 ms, but it's been a while since I looked at that bit of code. It might be 2.6 ms, so you won't want to use it as a cab loader. Instead run short IRs for your close mics and room mic with the reverb loader.I just dialed up a quick preset with 3 mono cab modules, 4 delay modules, a stereo reverb IR and an EQ. CPU indicator didn't come on so that leaves plenty of room for more modules.
I just got my unit yesterday, and spent an hour with it. Read through the entire thread, watched tonnes of videos across the past two years, and finally got accepted to the FB group last night.
I am more interested in the Beebo than the Digit since I don't need IRs. I do however, play through entirely on headphones when I practice at home.
1) My bypass and output straight signal (in 1 to out 1, in 3 to out 3) does not sound the same. Posts #922 and #920 seem to have the same issue, so could be a phasing thing on my board? Or maybe after the board and into my IRs on my amp? Once I add effects it gets more pronounced.
2) Post #1037 kinda sucks cause I need the algo reverb, and would be more heartened if the creator is excited about his own creation!
3) I think my biggest feedback would be.... why isn't there a visual "performance" screen? Like an oscilloscope mode, or like software synths ala Equator2 and you can see the expected waveform and how that little ball travels across the waveform based on the input, or maybe even input output meters, or something avantgarde like the OP1 visualisations across their modules. It's a large pretty screen but IMO doesn't showcase enough of a live visual feedback, instead just how our preset looks like patched up. Nothing wrong without it, and I am definitely in the minority liking these touches.
I got my unit for Christmas . I bought it through EFFEKTBOUTIQUE(great shop with excelent customer service) in Germany.I just received mine yesterday. While I really love the reverbs and delays, I must say that I find the presets in comes with a bit underwhelming.
That might be, cause I bought it for having some more obscure effects like granular stuff.
I will start building some myself and when they are good, I'll share them.
I found the looping delay really noisy, what is causing that?
Any tips on getting it into Microcosm territory?
Anybody got some more exotic patches to share
P.S. really happy to find this page, cause the only other way to get in contact with the userbase is by Orwellian Facebook which I ditched years ago.
If you've used any of the Mutable Instruments modules before like Clouds, they are included in Beebo.lol......I bought mine form effectboutique as well.
I'm gonna try the downloaded presets tonight and wil try to make some myself(long time modular freak).
Hope they will impress me more. Maybe I'm spoiled by using modulars and granular modules.