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This would be easier to dial in with the MicroPitch algorithm. Hopefully, that would give you the same sound? I'm guessing -7 below zero is 7 cents below the normal pitch value and -9 above zero is 9 cents above the normal pitch value?
Yes, that would be cent references above and below the actual pitch.
These settings were given to me by a Pitchfactor user and it seems like I should be able to dial in everything the same using my H9. Isn’t the H9 and the Pitchfactor the same when you are using Pitchfactor presets as a starting point?
And am I correct in my understanding of how the H9 works? There is no baseline Pitchfactor setting on the H9? You are just supposed to select a factory preset and commence to dialing in settings from there?
As far as I understand, you should be able to dial in cent based Pitch changes on Pitch A and Pitch B on an H9 just as you would on a Pitchfactor and just as you would on a vintage Eventide 910 or later Harmonizer?
Again, these settings were achieved on a Pitchfactor so it seems like there has got to be a way to reproduce these settings on an H9?!