Isotonik Studios has introduced Dillon Bastan’s Max for Live device Iridescence, a delay effect featuring a polyphonic real-time pitch shifting and delay mechanism that creates the effect of arppegiated delay trails on an incoming audio signal.
You can select how many notes are in an arpeggiated “chord” created off of the audio input. Additionally, you can create up to 16 different chords that can transition via a Markov Chain (a probabilistic transition from chord to chord).
This device can create beautiful harmonies off of a single note! There are various settings that allow the device to transform from one purpose to another. It is a powerhouse for real-time harmony on a continuous audio source!
Priced £24 GBP, Iridescence runs in Ableton Live 10/11 (Suite or Standard with Max for Live installed).
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