Sinevibes’ latest wheeze is to create a delay plugin - Dispersion - that gives you a “bouncing ball” type of effect.
It works by configuring multiple delay lines so that their times are spread in a non-linear fashion, but always summed-up to a defined rhythmical duration. The theory is that this network of delays sounds like a natural phenomenon, but is always synced to the beat.
There are multiple tail-shaping and modulation options, and Dispersion can also be used to create scattering reflections, shuffle delays, stereo-widening choruses and grainy reverbs.
Find out more and download a demo on the Sinevibes website. Dispersion costs $29 and runs as a Mac AU plugin.