The delay effect is initially built for Tidal, which is based on a cyclical time representation. However, it has been pre-configured here to work properly with Sardine. Be careful with the feedback if you don’t want to see things explode!
This is a simple emulation of a Leslie rotating speaker typically used in music for treating organ sounds, voices, and to add an eary tint to everything that goes through it. This is basically a way to play creatively with doppler effects.
This is a weird granular effect probably intended to serve as a building block for some other effect but you can use it as is nonetheless. It will slice your audio sample into tiny fragments of it while applying some amount of pitch-shifting on every sample.