The things @stschoen wrote in the reverse delay thread made me see delay nodes more as buffers (because thats what they actually are).
With this in mind I had some ideas that lead to the biggest mindblow I had since buying Audulus .
I found a way to build samplers and other sampling-based modules with delays.
Here is a patch that explains the tricks you can use to do this:
Delay Samplers.audulus (334.0 KB)
Here are some prototypes I‘ve built using these tricks:
prototypes.audulus (1.8 MB)
Since this trick uses delay nodes as buffers, everything you ‘record‘ into such a ‘sampler‘ will be lost as soon as you close the patch.
Of course feel free to use these tricks and modules for your own stuff .