dual stereo time-wigglers / echo loopers
two time-travel wrms for loops, delays, & everything in-between
- norns (update 210607 or later)
- audio input
norns.local + click on the books, tab over to available, then scroll way down to wrms & click install
(those updading from v1 may need to remove & reinstall)
- various timing & click fixes
- f page for filter controls (previously available as a mod)
- start & endpoint adjustment for wrm 2 @DuellingAnts (s page alt)
- wrm 1 can be a pedal looper (hold rec to sleep)
- wrm 2 can be (more of a) delay (increase e from 0 when asleep)
- improved share mode (now wrm 2’s buffer control).
- wrm 1 now auto-adjusts to the length of wrm 2 when switching, which makes poly looping more accessible
- new share mode wrm 2 → wrm 1
- in this share mode wrm 2 loops back the delay material at a different pitch/direction in the style of alliterate
- small delay length abilities @claasp
- length of wrm 1 can now be adjusted down to .1 milliseconds, just keep turning E2 to the left slowly
- this is super super fun and there are tons of sweet spots down in the small lengths, especially when combined with ping-pong, feedback filters, octave shifting, and wiggle. you can get into all kinds of pseudo-reverb/chorus, phasor/pitch-shifter/mystery/horrible oscillator territories.
- I’ve had a lot of fun with it while testing!
- K1-accessible alt page per-screen, with a gaggle of new controls
- (from docs):
- sk: skew the length of each loop channel in the stereo spectrum. great for stereofying mono sources.
- res: trigger playhead from 0. this is most useful as a mapping destination for crow triggers, which allows for synced delays in a modular context
- ph: set the phase separation of loop playback in the stereo spectrum.
- tap: a tap tempo control for delay or loop lengths
- wgrt: rate of the wgl LFO
- tp: semitone pitch transposition, also useful as a wide-range pitch bend
- pan: sets the input pan for each wrm. K2 on this screen sets the overdub mode for wrm 1 - in the default ping-pong mode, panning a mono source will bring in the the stereo ping-pong effect.
- aliasing: toggling on will disable anti-aliasing for both record heads. the effect is most noticible when recording at lower rates, especially when bent & wiggled.
- (from docs):
- crow input mapping (via @21echo’s crowify)
- I haven’t been able to test this yet, so lemme know how it goes ! !
- wrms/lite template
- this is a simplified alt template for wrms based on how my partner uses it. might be a nice starting point for new travelers ! selectable from the SELECT menu
- visual lag (?)
- softcut crashes
- reverse rate (k2+k3)
- input mixer
- param per control for midi mapping
- file read
- voice panning
- wrms mods / internal architecture restructure
- auto-generated params from controls
- session persistence
- screen lag fixes