How do you create the AUFX:Space Swirl effect?

Say I don't have the $5 to buy Space and wanted to build that effect myself out of parts--how would you go about it?

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  • I'd earn 5$. Then buy the app.

    All joking aside i honestly don't know how'd you replicate the effect exactly using other apps. Would cost more than buying it I think. Cause some of the reverbs you could use would cost more than Space.

  • Which effect apps do you have already? Do you have AUM or a DAW with sends?

  • @gonekrazy3000 said:
    I'd earn 5$. Then buy the app.

    I can afford it. I'd just like to know how it's made.

    @syrupcore said:
    Which effect apps do you have already? Do you have AUM or a DAW with sends?

    For setup I have AUM and Cubasis. For effects, I have Magellan, Sunvox, Cubasis, and base Tonestack.

  • I don't think you have a good enough reverb to compete. I'm not sure what's technically going on with the magic of the swirl param but I'd try a feedback loop with the reverberated signal feeding a stereo chorus unit which feeds back to the reverb in AUM. If that goes nuts with feedback, you can try simply combining them. You might also try setting up a channel in AUM that is a double of the reverb return. Setting upper and lower filters on that channel and feeding that and only that into a chorus unit.

  • @syrupcore said:
    I don't think you have a good enough reverb to compete. I'm not sure what's technically going on with the magic of the swirl param but I'd try a feedback loop with the reverberated signal feeding a stereo chorus unit which feeds back to the reverb in AUM. If that goes nuts with feedback, you can try simply combining them. You might also try setting up a channel in AUM that is a double of the reverb return. Setting upper and lower filters on that channel and feeding that and only that into a chorus unit.

    Thanks, I'll give that a try. The Sunvox reverb is very nice.

  • CibCib
    edited October 12

    Sounds like kind of (pitch) modulation to me.
    You could just modulate the pitch (slightly) of your synth/instrument and send that trough your reverb of choice.
    But yes, save that damn 5$ because app developers have to eat ;)

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