I am quite sure this question is the result of my poor understanding so I'd be grateful if someone helped to enlighten me:
I seems that there are scenarios where
juxBy) can not really applied in a meaningful way. I am a bit confused why this is but am sure there is a simple explanation.
-- very nice effect, audible is the original and the panned variation d1 $ juxBy 0.5 (fast 1.5) $ s "bd ~ can can:4" -- there is no panning resp. application only in the right channel audible - it almost sounds ... d1 $ juxBy 0.5 ((# delay 0.5) . (# delayt 0.25)) $ s "bd ~ can can:4" -- like superimpose ... d1 $ superimpose ((# delay 0.5) . (# delayt 0.25)) $ s "bd ~ can can:4" -- Why is that?
The docs say: " The jux function creates strange stereo effects, by applying a function to a pattern, but only in the right-hand channel."
So I guess my expectation is simply wrong: I first assumed that
jux would create a copy of the pattern and put the copy and its
delay in the right channel. The more I think about it this idea, this is by no means obvious. So I am very interested in what
jux in this case actually is supposed to do.