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I wonder why the Pitch AMT is working in three stages? Pitch A,B,C is from 2.0 to 3.0. But you can just as well set pitch B and C off if you only want pitch A. So there is no reason to have a Pitch AMT in three stages? or am I missing something? What is the reaspn for the three stages? Maybe this ‘knob’ could better be divided in a wet/dry knob or something…
Must be that my memory is failing. Perhaps it’s a negligible 1 or 2 milliseconds … something that I often do to maintain separation between ‘voices’. Stacked voices are more distinct with imperfect stacking.
I’ve grown quite fond of how the PITCH AMT control works. It’s a unique way to get partial blends between voices. For example, I have some peachy Hammond organ presets that blend in ‘drawbar’ harmonics. PITCH AMT does force you into planning how you’re going to distribute the pitch-shifted voices. Depending on what you’re after with the remaining interactive parameters, you may want PITCH A as your MicroPitch double, or PITCH C for a hint of 2 octaves above.
I have a bunch of presets to dump out here … if I ever get the time to consolidate them. Heavy use of PITCH AMT … it may be easier to explain with some concrete examples to illustrate.