GHAMMY Harm / Pitch Shifter [by Turn2on]

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Post 03 Sep 2020

MrFigg. At this moment nothing new with UniVibe, but now have a pause and can try something with it. Long time story of update for it.. I know. Sorry. Not forgot

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Post 03 Sep 2020

turn2on wrote:
03 Sep 2020
ps: guitfnky - thank you for Part II of device review. Its been interesting.
I can add that Mutation modes have various sound mainly at the moment of Expression pedal (Momentary button) moves. Its about how active pitch bendings can sound in non static pitch value. Mutation modes named as mutation, because sound can really mutated in this modes when you move Expression pedal :puf_smile:
So "Vibe" is about amplitude vibrations, "Blips" is a frequent blips of amplitude vibrations, "Thick" is like a slow resolution, "Ticker" is a mid, "2Side" is a altering between two pitches.
And anybody must try to make pitch-siftings with this modes at various sound sources, to understand how Mutation modes can help to create individual characters for the active Pitchshifts.
hey, no problem, it was my pleasure (it really was fun—definitely will be doing more device exploration videos in the future). if anyone’s got requests, I’m happy to oblige (if I have the device/haven’t used up the trial). 😆

and thank you for the explanation of the different mutation modes. I think now that I don’t need to use the expression pedal via automation, I might get a better sense of what those modes are doing while the pedal is moving (or in my case, while it’s going between pitches as I engage/disengage the momentary button)—as I’m sure you saw in the videos, I was mostly hearing everything with one static setting or another.

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Post 03 Sep 2020

turn2on wrote:
03 Sep 2020
MrFigg. At this moment nothing new with UniVibe, but now have a pause and can try something with it. Long time story of update for it.. I know. Sorry. Not forgot
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Post 05 Sep 2020

GHAMMY v.1.1.2 update: Momentary pitch Display

GHAMMY have a newer update right now!
Update v. 1.1.2 adds Momentary value display. It show at Rise / Fall current pitch value.
This is a real-time visualisation of PitchBending into the Momentary button mode.



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Post 05 Sep 2020

turn2on wrote:
05 Sep 2020
GHAMMY v.1.1.2 update: Momentary pitch Display

GHAMMY have a newer update right now!
Update v. 1.1.2 adds Momentary value display. It show at Rise / Fall current pitch value.
This is a real-time visualisation of PitchBending into the Momentary button mode.



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dang, that's great! that was the one thing I actually wanted after I started trying using the Momentary button. I was having some fun with those insanely long 10 second sweeps, but was having trouble telling when the 'pedal' had reached its end position. you're a mind-reader. :lol:

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Post 07 Sep 2020

turn2on wrote:
05 Sep 2020
GHAMMY v.1.1.2 update: Momentary pitch Display

GHAMMY have a newer update right now!
Update v. 1.1.2 adds Momentary value display. It show at Rise / Fall current pitch value.
This is a real-time visualisation of PitchBending into the Momentary button mode.



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I think I may have found a bug with this latest update...when I use it in Harmy mode, the octave up no longer seems to work when the pedal is pushed forward, in any mutation mode. it works fine with the Momentary button.

also (and this isn't really important, but something I tested and noticed) the maximum Reaction setting for the Momentary button says 10.0 seconds, but I timed it and it took around 24 seconds to go from 0 to 127. it seems like it slows down logarithmically, ramping more and more slowly toward the end. I like the option of having it go for that long, but it might be something that could just be relabeled, if it's even worth bothering with.

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Post 11 Sep 2020

Yes, because Reaction Time not equal to pitch Fall/Rise duration in seconds. This is a smooth time of Rise/Fall pitch functionality. Its not time of Rise/Fall pitch bending, its time of smoothing of Rise/Fall pitch bending.

About last update bug that you write: Yes, its a bug. Harm mode is currently work wrong. New Momntary button broken Harm modes in part of shift ranges.
I try soon as possible publishing update with this bugfix. Sorry for this problem.
Bad that I read your post there only today...

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Post 11 Sep 2020

turn2on wrote:
11 Sep 2020
Yes, because Reaction Time not equal to pitch Fall/Rise duration in seconds. This is a smooth time of Rise/Fall pitch functionality. Its not time of Rise/Fall pitch bending, its time of smoothing of Rise/Fall pitch bending.

About last update bug that you write: Yes, its a bug. Harm mode is currently work wrong. New Momntary button broken Harm modes in part of shift ranges.
I try soon as possible publishing update with this bugfix. Sorry for this problem.
Bad that I read your post there only today...
gotcha, appreciate the clarification on the Momentary timing. and no worries, regarding the bug—just glad to get it in front of you so it can get fixed. :)

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Post 15 Sep 2020

version 1.1.3 released
- Small GUI bugfixes
- Granular Pitch-Shifter panel redesigned

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ps: sorry for delay with HARMY modes bug. We already fix it in next update, that must be coming to the shop at near time

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Post 16 Sep 2020

v. 1.1.4:
Bugfix: broken pitch ranges of HARMY modes. Current update fix this problem.

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Post 16 Sep 2020

oh, SWEET! thank you for the quick fix! I have a tune that was affected by the bug that should now work again. much appreciated!

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