AD/DA Conversion specifications for Stompboxes

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      Stax_911
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      Hello !

       

      I don’t find anywhere informations about the AD/DA conversion in my Pichfactor and H9.

       

      I am wondering what is bit depth of AD/DA on these stomboxes ?

       

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      Samples rates ? 

      44,1 khz, 48 or 96 Khz ?

      24 bits, 32 bits… ?

       

      Thank you for the informations, they could be very useful.

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      nickrose
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      Conversion is 24 bit. Sample rate varies. Be aware that these are guitar pedals, so the overall sound is more important than the digital stuff.

       

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        Stax_911
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        nickrose wrote:



        Conversion is 24 bit. Sample rate varies. Be aware that these are guitar pedals, so the overall sound is more important than the digital stuff.

         

        Thank you for your answer. But as far as I am using these stompboxes with saxophones the conversion process has a great importance in order to respect the original sound especially with harmonizer, reverbs, delays…

        Is it possible to have an idea of the sample rate with some classic effects as Hall reverb, Diatonic harmonizer, Vintage and Digital delay, looper… ?

        Thank you 

         

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      Stax_911
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      uP !

    • #140154
      Given To Fly
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      If I had to guess, the converters in the PitchFactor and Space would be of higher quality simply because accurate pitch shifting and accurate (or inaccurate) reverberation require higher quality conversion. They also cost $100 more than the TimeFactor and ModFactor which is probably more of an indicator than anything my ears can hear. I may be completely wrong though. 

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