Orinj Delay

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Orinj version 3.0.0

The Orinj Delay is an effect that takes the input signal and produces an output signal that includes both the original signal and a single repetition of the original signal that is delayed from the original signal and has a smaller amplitude than the original signal (it has some decay). Because this delay introduces only one repetition of the signal, it is a simple delay. There are no multiple repetitions. There are also no sweeps in this delay and the delay and decay specified for the single repetition will be constant throughout the signal (i.e., at any point of time, the signal will be delayed and decayed by the same amount as at any other point of time).

Using the Orinj Delay

The Orinj Delay can be added to tracks in the multitrack session view, tracks in the loop building view, and to waves in the single wave view. In the multitrack session view and in the loop building view, first select the track to which you want to add the effect. In all these views, click on Effect, Delay, and then on Orinj Delay in the Orinj menu. You will see the following dialog.

The Orinj Delay dialog

When this dialog becomes visible, the Orinj Delay effect has been added. Adjust the parameters of the delay, which are described below, in the dialog above and click Close.

Orinj Delay parameters

See Orinj Effects for an explanation of the Title, Track, and Presets controls. The remaining Orinj Delay controls are described below:

  • Left channel delay: Use these controls – the box and the slider – to set the delay between the original signal and the delayed signal in the left channel. The delay is specified in milliseconds (ms) and can be between 0 ms and 1000 ms (1 second).
  • Left channel decay: Use these controls – the box and the slider – to set the decay of the delayed signal in the left channel. The decay is between 0% and 100%, where 100% means no decay (the delayed signal is of the same amplitude as the original signal) and 0% means complete decay (the amplitude of the delayed signal is zero).
  • Left channel invert: Click on this checkbox to invert the phase of the delayed signal in the left channel (to turn the signal upside down). Inverting the phase is said to produce interesting effects with certain other settings.
  • Right channel delay: Use these controls – the box and the slider – to set the delay between the original signal and the delayed signal in the right channel. These controls work in the same way as the left channel delay controls, but on the right channel.
  • Right channel decay: Use these controls – the box and the slider – to set the decay of the delayed signal in the right channel. These controls work in the same way as the left channel decay controls, but on the right channel.
  • Right channel invert: Click on this checkbox to invert the phase of the delayed signal in the right channel.

See Orinj Effects for additional notes on: where Orinj effects can be used, using boxes and sliders that impact the same parameter (such as the box and slider for the left channel delay), applying effects to mono and stereo waves, and using effects during playback. The parameters for the left and right channels are separate, as a number of interesting effects can be created if the delay in the two channels differs (e.g., you can create the impression of a delay that bounces from one channel to the other). See Orinj Working with effects for additional information on creating, modifying, moving, removing, and processing effects. See Delay effect for additional information on the different types of delay effects in audio processing.

Dry and wet mix

The Orinj Delay supports dry and wet mix changes. That is, you can adjust the mix between the original signal and the delayed signal. See Orinj Effects for more information.

The Orinj version 2 Delay

The Orinj version 2 Delay dialog

The parameters of the Orinj version 2 Delay are the same.



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