Thanks for splitting this topic - it was starting to feel very misplaced to me too.
That’s a very nice compliment. Thank you, @anon83620728! I tend to think of myself more as “even a blind squirrel gets a nut once in a while” and I am a lucky squirrel.
This whole idea sounds amazing. I think I sort of loosely get what you’re talking about with total ordering applied to a field sample. It sounds very mathy. But I believe in you, Brian-san! Will be interested to watch this unfold and hopefully be part of it.
Do you mean the gate signal from, in this case, my keyboard?
When I tried using the pitch shifting delay before, I was definitely hearing something strange, so I thought I’d explore it a little further and shot another video. It seems to be affecting the amplitude of the input. This may be user error, but if not then it the pitch shifting delay might need a few more tweaks before it could be used for this purpose. As I think about it though, if it had a V/O control and didn’t have the behavior shown below, it actually is probably more ideal for the live cloning idea.
EDIT: Geesh, wherever I say “variable delay” in the video, just mentally replace that with “pitch shifting delay”. I’m off to the coffee pot now.