TAPIIR is a software implementation of a flexible multi-delay, that aims to
combine flexibility and high accuracy with high quality audio and usability.
TAPIIR internal processing modules consist of six delay-lines, each with a
mixer at it's input and a gain control at it's output, and a stereo output
mixer. Stereo input from an external source, typically a musical instrument,
is routed to all input mixers. In addition to this, the output of each delay
line is also routed to the input mixers of all delay lines, including itself.
This cross-feeding of audio signals throughout the system of delay-lines and
mixers, allows the user to create a very large variety of stereo delay effects.
Very simple echos or ping-pong effects can be achieved easily, but more complex
effects such as early reflection echo's, reverbs, complex rhythmic and
arrhythmic patterns and even Karplus-Strong like synthesis is also possible.
It is important to observe, that these more complex effects are only possible
by using sample accurate processing.
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