I’ve started porting a couple of my Reaper JS plugins to LV2 format.
Floaty is a weird delay based around a “tape loop” but with independent play and record heads. It’s a bit crazy and can get into some mad self-oscillation but also does really subtle chorused washes as well. And it can go backwards. And wobbly.
Paranoia is inspired by the OTO Biscuit resampler/bitcrusher hardware.
Has a bitcrusher, resampler, two saturation stages, a multi-mode filter, and a bitflipper (“thermonuclear war”).
Does insane, terrifying digital distortion. WARNING: can get very loud.
Avocado is a gating glitcher - it splits up input into chunks and plays them back if there is silence, so you get chunky tails of whatever you played last.
Mud is derived from the filter section of Paranoia and does two things - it’s either a fixed bandpass filter, or the filter section can modulate which can do either slow sweeping effects or a vintage-sounding univibe thing.
These have been adapted to minimize knobs for live tweaking - e.g. 3 filter controls are compressed into one combined knob that cycles through cutoff/resonance/mode combinations.
Sound demos, and compiled (tar.gz) LV2 images for test by advanced users here:
Keen for feedback! Thanks.