Self-Randomizing Repeater Effect
Rerun is a self-randomizing repeater effect plugin for Mac. It constantly samples small slices of incoming audio, plays them back a number of times, and then starts over again.
Rerun is a self-randomizing repeater effect plugin for Mac.
It constantly samples small slices of incoming audio, plays them back a number of times, and then starts over again.
Each time it switches to the next round of sampling-repetition, Rerun randomizes the slice size and the number of repeats, and is then engages or pauses depending on the probability parameter.
The effect includes multiple playback modes – forward, reverse, alternating – as well as adjustment of slice envelope time and stereo link.
Via a very streamlined set of controls, Rerun can be configured to produce a very wide range of experimental, always-changing sounds: chaotic rhythms, erratic glitches, randomized reversing, or time-stretched textures.
- Self-randomizing sampler-repeater with up to 600 ms slice size and up to 50x repetitions
- Variable repeater engagement probability, with summed or gated mode
- Forward, reverse, alternating playback modes
- Adjustable slice envelope
- Separate or stereo-linked operation
- Lag filters on all continuous parameters for smooth, click-free adjustment
- Supports mono › mono, mono › stereo, and stereo › stereo channel configurations
- Color-coded graphic elements
- Consistent name, mapping, value, and unit implemented for all parameters in both graphic user interface and host control/automation
- Built-in preset management functions
- Supports window size scaling up to 200%
- Mac computer running macOS 10.9 or later, with either Intel or Apple processor
- Host application with support for AU, VST3 or AAX effect plugins in 64-bit format