Isotonik Studios has introduced a powerful and versatile Euclidian circular spinning delay developed by Alessandro aylesim Miracapillo.

Suited for both creative experimentation and more practical applications, the Disco digital audio effects processor that utilizes a circular Euclidian delay algorithm to create a range of interesting delay artifacts and modulations.

When an audio signal is input into Disco, it is split into multiple delay lines that can rotate around the circle, either independently or together, at different speeds. This rotation of the delay lines can be used to create a range of effects, from simple echoes and rhythmic patterns to more complex and nuanced modulations.

One of the key features of Disco is its ability to control the speed and direction of the delay lines, which allows users to create a wide range of movement and motion in their sound. This can be used to add subtle movement and depth to a track, or to create more dramatic and experimental effects.

Disco features

  • Interactive rotating delays.
  • Unique circular spinning interface.
  • Independent controls for every step (position, gain, pan, on/off).
  • LFO and manual controls for Disco rotation.

The Disco Max for Live device for Ableton Live is priced £11 GBP incl. VAT.

More information: Isotonik Studios