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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby qersty » Mon Jan 10, 2022 4:14 pm

when i used to fuck around with breakcore stuff i used a ducking gate set very extreme to get the effect i assume you mean. It kills the initial attack which isnt that random but when the tiny grains inbetween it is a very cool and different glitchy sond. You can do that with a regular noise gate with the threshold set really high but i personally did not find that as fun
imagine finding out your son is your daughter & she's into noise music
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Dandolin » Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:02 pm

cool! floundering around produces results because then The Lifeguard appears :D
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Bartimaeus » Wed Jan 12, 2022 6:31 pm

Dandolin wrote:ha, yeah, sorry - I might be [probably am] mixing up pedals and eurorack modules, actually...looks like there's some level of choice over grain shape/envelope in MI Clouds and Beads. Maybe somebody on here who ended up with a Tomkat Cloudy can comment on whether that control is ported to the pedal, and if so, whether it has a substantial effect on the perceived attack/decay characteristics of the grains? :snax:


can't speak for the cloudy. but what about the infinite jets? lots of envelope shapes. not as minutely adjustable as euro, but i think that works well for a pedal.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby gila_crisis » Thu Jan 13, 2022 11:11 am

UglyCasanova wrote:The market for glitch is definitely at an all-time-high, but I wouldn't say it's oversaturated just yet. I don't mind more. Bring more. Feed me errors.

I saw Drolo will have a new batch of Stammen ready soon.
It's a pedal I had on the radar since a while. But I dunno, if I am gonna get one.

Of all the glitch pedals I've owned and tried over the years, my best of, the ones I've kept and are abused on a dayly basis are:
- Masf Raptio (my number 1, I love the hold function for those lofi freeze effects, and the glitch setting it's amazing to destroy anything you feed into),
- Bananana Mandala (version 1 with the arcade switch, it does trick the version 2 doesn't amd its more erratic),
- Pladask Bakfram/Baklengs (i love these, they are like broken tape loop/cassete players).

In a way for my needs, the simpler and less feature-loaded a glitch pedal is... the better will it work within my setup.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Dandolin » Thu Jan 13, 2022 12:35 pm

cool about the infinite jets :)*

i get where you're coming from re: simpler/less feature-loaded, gila_crisis....
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby whoismarykelly » Thu Jan 13, 2022 1:39 pm

gila_crisis wrote:In a way for my needs, the simpler and less feature-loaded a glitch pedal is... the better will it work within my setup.


Same for me. Raptio remains my longest running pedal in the genre and the one that I hit the most although the ReVolver II on my live board also gets a ton of action.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby gila_crisis » Thu Jan 13, 2022 2:25 pm

Dandolin wrote:cool about the infinite jets :)*

i get where you're coming from re: simpler/less feature-loaded, gila_crisis....


Yes, you got my point!

For example the Tomcaty Cloudy n a way it's cool, but I think it makes more sense and you can use it better as a module in an eurorack context.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby gila_crisis » Thu Jan 13, 2022 2:27 pm

whoismarykelly wrote:
gila_crisis wrote:In a way for my needs, the simpler and less feature-loaded a glitch pedal is... the better will it work within my setup.


Same for me. Raptio remains my longest running pedal in the genre and the one that I hit the most although the ReVolver II on my live board also gets a ton of action.


Yes, set an forget and super instant fun!
You don't know how many times lately I thought about getting a second Raptio.. in full black finish!
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby thekingofgear » Sat Jan 15, 2022 7:27 pm

Just wanted to pop in and say that the latest version of the Mini Glitch has a much improve response speed for the footswitch. We made the improvement partly as a reaction to this thread, so I hope you don’t mind me posting here? This may or may not be partly a reaction to all the raptio posts :p

The latest pedals have some other code changes as well, including total click removal (switchable via jumper) and better threshold sensitivity. Even without clicks, you can get lots of artifacts by adjusting the knob when a sample is looping, so it's a good balance of controllable and messy.

If anyone has an older pedal and wants those changes, including the faster footswitch response, we’re happy to upgrade the code for free.

And to continue from the last page, it was very hard to find chips for glitch pedals in 2021. But as whoismarykelly says, glitch pedals are still much easier to get than in the past. Even the DD-8 has a glitch mode after all.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Dandolin » Sat Jan 15, 2022 11:13 pm

Innnnnnnteresting :snax:
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby whoismarykelly » Mon Jan 17, 2022 12:53 pm

thekingofgear wrote:And to continue from the last page, it was very hard to find chips for glitch pedals in 2021. But as whoismarykelly says, glitch pedals are still much easier to get than in the past. Even the DD-8 has a glitch mode after all.


I don't know if yall are still using the FV1 but I was working on a contract manufacturing job for 100 pedals with an FV1 in them and we ended up waiting an additional 6 months for delivery of the chips last year. Its was a nightmare sitting on all the other inventory for those products and not being able to get them to the client.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby oldangelmidnight » Tue Jan 18, 2022 10:20 am

manymanyhaha wrote:I know "glitch" is the sound of a sudden change with a sharp attack and decay but I'm getting much more interested in short random changes that have a very smooth attack and decay. Like more ebb and flow.

Are they any glitch pedals out there that allow for ADSR adjustment?

Edit: After thinking about it, I guess really a random parallel tremolo that ducks the primary signal when active is what I'm after


This makes me think of the Champion Leccy Kilter. It's two parallel effects loops with a panner to mix them. Lots of waveforms including random slopes for the panner. You can set it so one of the loops doesn't pass signal so it works as a tremolo.
My only complaint is that the panner is on the return, rather than the send. I'd like to set up two effects lines that are receiving signal asynchronously.
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby manymanyhaha » Tue Jan 18, 2022 10:52 am

oldangelmidnight wrote:
manymanyhaha wrote:I know "glitch" is the sound of a sudden change with a sharp attack and decay but I'm getting much more interested in short random changes that have a very smooth attack and decay. Like more ebb and flow.

Are they any glitch pedals out there that allow for ADSR adjustment?

Edit: After thinking about it, I guess really a random parallel tremolo that ducks the primary signal when active is what I'm after


This makes me think of the Champion Leccy Kilter. It's two parallel effects loops with a panner to mix them. Lots of waveforms including random slopes for the panner. You can set it so one of the loops doesn't pass signal so it works as a tremolo.
My only complaint is that the panner is on the return, rather than the send. I'd like to set up two effects lines that are receiving signal asynchronously.


Interesting. That pedal has caught my eye a few times, think I will need acquire one and check it out. The only reason why I haven't checked out any of the Champion Leccy pedals is they are a bit large for mono pedals for my board but now I am ultra curious
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Bartimaeus » Tue Jan 18, 2022 1:16 pm

whoismarykelly wrote:
thekingofgear wrote:And to continue from the last page, it was very hard to find chips for glitch pedals in 2021. But as whoismarykelly says, glitch pedals are still much easier to get than in the past. Even the DD-8 has a glitch mode after all.


I don't know if yall are still using the FV1 but I was working on a contract manufacturing job for 100 pedals with an FV1 in them and we ended up waiting an additional 6 months for delivery of the chips last year. Its was a nightmare sitting on all the other inventory for those products and not being able to get them to the client.


Same here, sad to hear you were caught up by the delays too! I feel like I have to stick with the FV-1, I've spend so much time learning to de-click and optimize it. But last year was really bad for sourcing those chips. We basically had to indefinitely shelf a new pedal idea, and shifted focus to analog stuff. But I guess I'm glad it's still possible to buy the FV-1, unlike STM stuff. Here's hoping it's better this year!
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Re: Glitchipedia

Postby Dandolin » Tue Jan 18, 2022 2:11 pm

Bartimaeus wrote:
whoismarykelly wrote:
thekingofgear wrote:And to continue from the last page, it was very hard to find chips for glitch pedals in 2021. But as whoismarykelly says, glitch pedals are still much easier to get than in the past. Even the DD-8 has a glitch mode after all.


I don't know if yall are still using the FV1 but I was working on a contract manufacturing job for 100 pedals with an FV1 in them and we ended up waiting an additional 6 months for delivery of the chips last year. Its was a nightmare sitting on all the other inventory for those products and not being able to get them to the client.


Same here, sad to hear you were caught up by the delays too! I feel like I have to stick with the FV-1, I've spend so much time learning to de-click and optimize it. But last year was really bad for sourcing those chips. We basically had to indefinitely shelf a new pedal idea, and shifted focus to analog stuff. But I guess I'm glad it's still possible to buy the FV-1, unlike STM stuff. Here's hoping it's better this year!


I feel like I'm out of a loop I want to be in on? :snax: :snax: :snax:
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