we could actually make a bit longer delay if we also make tables in normal memory and read these as being one big table. Though, it won't be much..
Also, creating 8bit delays with pre&post filtering is also possible, this will allow delays twice the size.
and top it all off..
I just found out a bool array can't get longer than an 8bit array
Does anyone know why you can't make longer delays when using a boolean array instead of 8bit? To me it would seem that you'ld save 7 bits with every slot of the array...
oeh.. as now I think about it.. I could use the 8bit array as 8 1bit arrays...
so I could make a 1bit version of 8x86 seconds of length or having 8 delay channels of 86s each... XD
proof of concept (1bit PWM, bool array):
I must say, even though it's 1bit PWM synthesis.. it's not even that bad..
this could actually reproduce the stereo 86 seconds (LP-filtered) delay....
proof of concept 8bit length