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19 September 2020 at 16 h 50 min #2100AnonymousInactive
Love the BAM, and at the same time feel there’s even more cool stuff that might be implemented with this beautiful and handy device :).
I hope this is not putting too much pressure on poor Denis, but am curious to hear about the others suggestions.19 September 2020 at 17 h 06 min #2101AnonymousInactive
Ok, pants down: I know, I know… But I just love the shimmer, these endless glittering, cheesy, ethereal sci-fi semi- esoteric astral projections :)….
Denis, there’s still so much sad and lonely space in effects row 2 – any chance a heavenly shimmer might fit in ;)?
Alex1 October 2020 at 12 h 05 min #2108Oto MachinesKeymaster
During the development of BAM, I tried to code a shimmer algo but I wasn’t happy with the sound. It sounded very cheap compared to the others algos. So I gave up !1 October 2020 at 22 h 22 min #2109AnonymousInactive
NooOoo, never give up ;)…
Seriously: although I’m pretty sure you’re being too self-critical, I totally understand that you only want to deliver impeccable work that you stand behind 100% (I’m just the same crazy perfectionist).
Anyway, thank you very much for the reply and open feedback!!
But just in case you should ever feel bored during a holiday, wanna take revenge on the sneaky shimmer or just seek to solve an unfinished riddle, please be sure to think of me / shimmer time ;)…
Because always remember what good old ODB (may he rip) said: Shimmer shimmer ya! :P
Alex1 December 2020 at 21 h 57 min #2148AnonymousInactive
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some magical shimmer on Christmas… ;)
En tout cas… Belle période de Noël :)9 November 2021 at 9 h 32 min #84867AnonymousInactive
Recently thought maybe a spring reverb emulation algorythm for BAM would be nice.
Would that makes sense ? Any plan Denis ? :)
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