Similar to a comb filter, but the negative value of the input is added to the output.
What the node does:
An interpolated delay with feedback and an inverted feedforward path of the input signal. The output of the delay's gain is modified by ' FB' and is added to it's input. The input's value is modified by 'FB' * (-1) and added to the output in the end. Often used in reverbs.
In: Input signal.
D: Delay length (ms).
FB: Feedback factor and feedforward factor (linear).
Out: Processed signal.
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