Kinkilin is a digital delay, the delay time is modulated by a LFO with 6 different waveshapes selectable via a knob, instead of a traditional mix knobs, the signal is divided into 2 parallel paths, a dry path (which is your signal at the input) and a delay path.
The dry path has volume and gain knobs, so you can set it as an overdrive/distortion, while the delay path has time, feedback, noise, presence plus the 3 knobs of the LFO that modulates the delay time. The advantages of running the paths in parallel is that you can set the kinkilin to have a distorted dry sound while having clean repeats on the background or having clean dry sound with delayed arpeggiated bitcrush-esque repeats, plus a lot more sounds like vinyl warbling, swirly vibrato or robotic bleeps and bloops.
Feedback: Amount of feedback in the delay path, from a single repeat to self-oscillation.
Presence: Amount of delay at the output, also allows to only have the repeats (kill dry) in the path.
Noise: Increase the noise artifacts in the delay path and can morph it into some sort of bit crush.
Wave: Selects the waveshape of the LFO, from l to r square, sine, pseudo random steps, triangle, staircase and ramp up.
Rate: Set the rate/speed of the LFO.
Time: Selects the length of the delay from 40ms to 800ms.
Gain: Increases the overall gain of the dry path
Vol: Amount of volume of the dry path.
Amount: controls the amount of modulation (depth).
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