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Stevie... my name is blortblort and I am a delay-a-holic.
seriously... I own an obscene number of delay devices and would not give up most of them.
your Sequential Delay is brilliant.
there have been others that have attempted to do this sort of thing, but they do NOT measure up to what you have achieved here.
Sure there are a lot more bells/whistles that you *could* have chosen to incorporate into this gem, but I love the way what you DID choose to include work together...not sure what if anything I would suggest to add!

free is way too generous. Unbelievable for a first post device. Cant wait for your next work!


aww man.
glad I looked at the specs before I hit the purchase button ;]
I would gladly pick up this gem were it available for Win 7!

Site is down? Please advise?

site is down? please advise?

another awesome tool!

is there room to add looping of the envelope in various stages? (similar to looping options available in Ableton's 'Analog' amp envelope, perhaps?)

again- Thanks for the great devices!

elegant layout. easy to use. LOTS of possibilities!!! #InstantPurchase ;]

I've been searching for a M4L or VST equivalent to Reason's "NoteEcho" utility. Manual Delay does nearly ALL the things that I have been wanting out of NoteEcho...but it does it in audio instead of MIDI ;)

Is there a possibility of building a MIDI "version" of your Manual Delay ...and if so, could you include the ability to set number of steps in the "delay" and add a clock division function to assign "ratcheting" repeat per step (AND ...have the ability to adjust the steps in the 'clk div' sequence independent of the 'delay' sequence???)

yes... it's probably too early to start a Christmas wishlist, but ...this MIDI version would be one it for sure ;]

certified crazy good.
I am a delay junkie and approve this message ;]

seriously awesome work. Thanks so much for this, ErnstHot!

awesome. these are my favorite type of device: clean, clear, design...simple and powerful ;]

Thanks sooo much for your work, dric!

GREAT device!
is it possible to make an option so when MIDI keys are mapped to the buttons, the key presses act as "momentary" instead of "latch/hold"?

IE-when I release the mapped MIDI key, the button on STUTTER2 is released as well...


audio treasure solves the problem I had when I changed to a 64bit system: I could no longer use an old no longer available 32bit vst (Benedict Roff-Marsh's PreRoll Recorder)! Wonderful to have this functionality back again!

IS there a possibility that you could include the option of a longer "buffer" for recording? Something more than 2minutes... perhaps 15min, just to be on the safe side? ;]

excellent news! Thanks Chris!

purchases the pack and I am really stoked to see the potential!... but since I do not have a grid controller (like the launchpad...) is it possible for you to make a version of trackpresets (...and playingclips...) where the preset buttons can be mapped to MIDI notes?
THAt would be quite handy for those of us that still use the "black and white" keyboard controllers for this sort of thing!


er... "IT" would be awesome to be able to PLAY the effect that way... is what I meant to put =P

Thanks sooo much for this!
would it possible to have all the 16 steps MIDI mappable (on/off)?
I would be awesome to be able to PLAY the effect that way ;]

any way to implement this to be able to use a standard MIDI keyboard as a control surface? video looks awesome...would love to be able to "play" the clip like that via keys ;]

Hi amalgam,
I believe that the Bart method only works ( present) for mac
kgunessee has not chimed back in to confirm if there is to be any further update...certainly hope there is! this would really be nice if it worked on win ;]

quest confirmed the BartSchuller method works on mac
kEllZ confirms success via BartSchuller method as well...
KEllZ- are you on mac or pc?

BTW...per the instructional video, for me...there IS no *.mxe version of vb.stretch~ in the zip file I pulled down from if you are working from the info in the video, how are you able to make this work?...unless you are on a mac system?

"- Unzip it and place the contents next to the Audio Stretcher.amxd"

...ya lost me with "place the contents NEXT to Audio Stretcher.amxd"...

do you mean place the contents of the in the same FOLDER as Audio Stretcher.amxd?
If that is the case, this does not make the playhead appear when I load Audio Stretcher.amxd in Live...

having the Paulstretch functionality in this interface would be the best...hope the playhead issue can be resolved...I can get nothing from the device as is...even added vb.stretch~ to Max library in hopes that would do it...nada...

regarding the mathematical function symbols, I can identify the meaning for all above:
+ = addition
- = subtraction
* = multiplication
/ = division
^ =...err... can't find what this one represents! can you tell me? is it a "to the power of" symbol? if not, what?


totally amazing. Thanks soooo much for this one!

very very cool! Thanks so much!

LOVE this! there is not enough exploitation of sideband madness out there. so glad to see more explorations into that land ;]

quite awesome and quite useful!... DOES create output delay, but that can pretty much be dialed out by ear...turned my track back by 42ms and all sounds in sync again.
I had hammered together a rack that did the same sort of wow and flutter thing using the native and other M4L fx, but THIS covers much more territory and is MUCH easier to work with ;)

498 dl's? niiiiice!

Great idea!...but am I doing something wrong? while I can turn off and on steps by left mouse click, I cannot draw in any "graph amounts" (the blue part)... is there some key to hold down while drawing with the mouse or something?

Please advise?

VERY awesome delay device! a little reminiscent of Angstrolooper but LOVE the ability to jump to different times. quite nice effects created using the unique abilities in Dela ;)

Thanks so much for this!

I love the idea...but I've not been able to get this goodie to output audio so I don't know if what I'm doing is "right" in terms of how I'm "setting" and storing the chopped clip sections...
do you have a video of how to operate Simple Clip Chop?
...not so simple for me to figure out ;]

is there a way to route MIDI input to the (1,2 or 3) "voice" sources?

just awesome. LOVE the ability to adjust the loop length for each parameter ;)