New Pitch Shifter Whammo!

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dimi
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Post 23 Nov 2022

Hi guys, long time no see :)
I think this one sounds convincing!
https://reasonstudios.com/shop/rack-ext ... h-shifter/




Cheers,
Dimi
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BRIGGS
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Post 23 Nov 2022

thank you

trialing now : )
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Post 23 Nov 2022

BRIGGS wrote:
23 Nov 2022
thank you

trialing now : )
I like it!

It tracks better than polar, and just as good as the kilohearts pitch shifter.

I didn't test chords though...

This should work great for people with an expression pedal. :puf_smile:
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Post 23 Nov 2022

BRIGGS wrote:
23 Nov 2022
BRIGGS wrote:
23 Nov 2022
thank you

trialing now : )
I like it!

It tracks better than polar, and just as good as the kilohearts pitch shifter.

I didn't test chords though...

This should work great for people with an expression pedal. :puf_smile:
Better than Ghammy?
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Post 23 Nov 2022

MrFigg wrote:
23 Nov 2022
Better than Ghammy?
I now have both >since I own all of there stuff except the 3 band and 4 band eq :re:
sounds great , but I have not tested if one is better than the other
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Post 23 Nov 2022

moneykube wrote:
23 Nov 2022
MrFigg wrote:
23 Nov 2022
Better than Ghammy?
I now have both >since I own all of there stuff except the 3 band and 4 band eq :re:
sounds great , but I have not tested if one is better than the other
Yeah, I've got all their stuff too. I've got a hardware Digitech Whammy DT too :)
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Post 24 Nov 2022

hello,

i can't tell if this is vst or RE
but it does sound lovely




may need to pick this RE up to complete the complete kuassa RE collection

cheers and goodgood turkey day to all,

j

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Post 25 Nov 2022

Instantly bought before even demo'ing. It's fantastic. Doesn't add heaps of latency like Polar or just about any other pitch shifter I've used. Also appears to fully bypass correctly at 12 o clock, am I right in thinking that? Handles polyphony really nicely too. Even sustained piano chords! Only comment is that it appears to initialise with start and end pitch set to +1, so it's very ugly sounding by default. Maybe change it to be -12 / +12?

**Just to edit after actually trying it out with guitar; I think there MAY be some slight difference between bypassed and on with the pitch control set in the middle. I can't quite figure out what but, it's not a huge deal. I think I would probably automat the wet-dry balance or effect bypass state for sections where I want the whammy to be. If I'm incorrect though or imagining it, please feel free to correct!

No exaggeration though that this is probably the best pitch shifting plugin I own. It's playable, my 8 string (F#) sounds amazing like, 4, 5 semitones down. Nice stop-gap until I get my 9 string haha. Incredible work guys. Thank you so much!

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Post 25 Nov 2022

littlejam wrote:
24 Nov 2022


cheers and goodgood turkey day to all,
Not a very good day for the turkeys.

Also, I added a shop link to the first post.
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Post 28 Nov 2022

chimp_spanner wrote:
25 Nov 2022
Instantly bought before even demo'ing. It's fantastic. Doesn't add heaps of latency like Polar or just about any other pitch shifter I've used. Also appears to fully bypass correctly at 12 o clock, am I right in thinking that? Handles polyphony really nicely too. Even sustained piano chords! Only comment is that it appears to initialise with start and end pitch set to +1, so it's very ugly sounding by default. Maybe change it to be -12 / +12?

**Just to edit after actually trying it out with guitar; I think there MAY be some slight difference between bypassed and on with the pitch control set in the middle. I can't quite figure out what but, it's not a huge deal. I think I would probably automat the wet-dry balance or effect bypass state for sections where I want the whammy to be. If I'm incorrect though or imagining it, please feel free to correct!

No exaggeration though that this is probably the best pitch shifting plugin I own. It's playable, my 8 string (F#) sounds amazing like, 4, 5 semitones down. Nice stop-gap until I get my 9 string haha. Incredible work guys. Thank you so much!
Hi Paul, please see this short screen capture.

Is it about the pedal pitch position and putting it on default middle position?
Cause the double clicking on it, sets it on perfect center and the signal is perfect. Sorry, if I misunderstood something.

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Post 28 Nov 2022

Man.....Just saw your PM's :oops:
tried a drum loop and almost confirmed the strange behavior!
Thank you for reporting it! Will dig further!

Dimi

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Post 28 Nov 2022

In short:  It uses 2 separate pitch tracking for stereo signals, that's why the L and R tracking are different in phase. We'll add the link parameter in the next update so it works with other signals. Looped drums and so on.

Thanks for the report! Appreciate it!

Dimi

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