Since I find a way to do shimmer reverb with 1 track only (with CUE recording, feedback).
Why without sampling?
For me it’s not real audio manipulation without it! Thru machines allow you to sequence fx, that’s all.
Sampling makes possible reverse, pitch up/down, vibrato, short loops, timestrech, pitch shift, resampling with feedback for pitch delay, shimmer fx…
As @Schnork said, the principle is simple, but it can take time to set up, learning the limits, workarounds…
A rec trig corresponding to a Flex trig, no microtiming needed for inputs ABCD with timestretch off. Pitch up obviously require delay.
Several rec trigs can be used, to refresh recording. You can also use start points.
I planned to make a simple video to explain the principle, but here is an example of what OT can do. No samples, only the guitar signal thru an Analog Heat (filter/distortion), all the sounds come from OT manipulation (pitch down for bass, lfo on pitch for kick, lofi hipass for snare / hihats, timestrech). No guitar playing, no sound.
More details, settings here :
INABCD Jacks sampling challenge :loopy: