Is there any way on iOS to gate a delay so only the last word of a phrase has echo/delay?
Guess the topic says it all -
Context is reggae/dub, in some songs I trigger little bits of movie dialogue/funny words during dub breaks.
To do this, use BM2 through AUM, with either AUFX:Dub or more recently, the Audio Damage Dubstation 2. (Both very cool effects for this purpose, by the way).
Of course the cool Dub thing to do is crank up the amount of delay/feedback at the end of the phrase, so you get the trippy thing going on. However, that requires I pay attention when in the given phrase I have to, well, err, crank up the delay/feedback.
Not surprisingly, if you do this too early in the phrase, the whole things gets swamped out and nobody realized you just played a clip of "You're clothes - give them to me", or "I have detailed files on human anatomy".
So, a gated off delay that only kicked in on the last word of the phrase/sentence would be ideal. In a DAW, this is trivial to do. Live, haven't figured out a way to do it easily (which I need to, as I'm also the keyboard player, which means I'm supposed to be doing more important things than amusing myself with dubbing out movie dialogue bits.
Seems like in theory it should be doable, since technically what I am doing is not "live", if the "magic method" could do look ahead on the file/clip to be triggered, and just back calculate to "turn on" 1 sec or so before the end, I would have the effect of a gated-on delay.
Anyway, thought I would throw this out there for discussion, there are smarter folks than I on this forum.
Thx in advance,