I’ve just bought this, I’ve been using it loads recently so I felt like I should support the developer, and also you get a send/return loop with the paid version which should be fun. Great work Jonas!
I do have a couple of feature requests, a CV input to clear the buffer would be handy. I like to run multiple copies of this module in a patch, and it’s a slight pain to right click each one to clear. Secondly, I don’t know if polyphony would be possible, but that would be mind blowing!
Also, I discovered that if you use a short delay time, freeze it and slowly modulate the scan knob, you can get great timestretch effects. Here’s a video!
Thanks for the kind words… and many thanks for putting the video together! Just to clarify, “Prince of Perception” is free for all, since you have “Prism” too, I can highly recommend the cross-feedback Cheers!
I’ve been using Prince… to create a sort of free-form looper to replace the (good but impractical) “wayback machine” reaper plugin. It’s very promising! Wayback is a EDP-style looper, which relies on a longer buffer exactly like Prince and Prism have, so that’s nice. Integrating this in VCV is opening some really cool possibilities for tempo-synced manipulation of free-time loops, which is exactly what I’ve been after and struggling to realize other ways. So I’m for sure gonna pick up Prism too as money permits.
Only one issue: The overall lack of clicks and such is wonderful, but there’s one chink in the armour: The feedback control zippers! Both the dial itself and when modulated. Is it meant to? I know I can use the freeze control, but in some cases it would be better to switch between full feedback-no input and full input-no feedback.