Project Description

Skram Delay by Max for Cats

Glitch delay sounds at your fingertips.

Skram Delay lets you dial-in various flavours of delay randomness. From subtle changes such as slap-back or cardboard echoes to complete sonic chaos - Skram Delay's speciality are 'instant glitch' sounds.

Modulated delay sounds in stereo or on the individual channels.

Skram Delay is a dual channel delay with modulated delay times. Each channel can have complete independent settings but they can be linked on demand.

With the Link button activated, each channel change will happen on both channels with the exception that the pan changes are reversed - if you move one channel to the left in link mode, the other channel will move to the right side of the stereo spectrum.

Skram Delay by Max for Cats

As random as you like.

The 'Ramp' labelled parameter will interpolate between the randomised delay times to achieve a unique glitch effect. The Feed parameter (feedback) will control the amount of audio which is routed back into the delay line while the Speed parameter defines the speed of the 'randomness'.

Push and controller ready. With a distinctive look.

The unique interface, which is pre-mapped and ready to use with Push or any other MIDI control surface, makes the Skram Delay not only sonically but also visually stand out.

What you get:

  • a self-installing Live Pack with integrated lesson in Live's Help section

System Requirements:

  • Live 9 or higher
  • Max for Live 6
  • OS X or Windows
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Max for Cats

Max for Cats

Max for Cats is the outlet of Christian Kleine who also creates and curates Max for Live content for Ableton since 2012. Christian Kleine has released many free devices on his own website and via