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That would work, but I think it’s also possible using an H9 algo with a ‘freeze’ function. Maybe one with a slower ‘attack’ capability, like BlackHole or DynaVerb.
Actually, I was thinking of the parallel split for the high octave note entrances. To me, those appear to be 100% wet pitch shifts of the actual picked notes; singled out, shifted, and delayed longer than the ‘triplet’ processing. In a separate, parallel leg past the split to the ‘triplet’ processing.
Caveat: I haven’t tried any of this yet. Of course, a DAW plugin version would be more cost-effective & versatile for this application. I still believe the ‘triplet’ processing could be approximated in any of the H9 algorithms I mentioned above. Just not sure which one would come the closest, without a little experimentation first.