Shifty functions as a sample and hold into a shift register. You put something into CV and Gate in the middle, and then each time the gate triggers, the CV recorded is outputted from the first CV output. When the gate triggers again, the first CV is pushed down to the second CV output, and the new CV is outputted on the first CV output. Rinse and repeat.
Very much like the Copier Maschine program from O+C.
yeah but it's also a looper and it has built in spring reverb. I'm loving the controls and cv options here. I wasn't a fan of the Timeline delay but I did thing the Capistan sounded really nice and compared to other eurorack delays i think it may sound really good. Pitch quantize and outs for each delay head is really nice too. I just pre-ordered it.
Also just ordered this Desktop Grains FX Processor which is basically Clouds in a desktop case (running Parastie firmware in my case) but i'm planning on running it next to a footswitch on my pedalboard to use it like a Clouds pedal.
The strymon seems superfluous, also I'm a bit confused as far as who they think is actually going to buy it, since I don't think they have a huge market share in the modular world (which is probably 2:1 jaded ducks to the gotta catch em all types)