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    • #111780
      newphobia
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      I have experienced serveral bugs in some of the algorithms.
      If you use the Diatonic algorithm and use the preset called "Storyteller", the preset should have a pitch A (+5th) and a pitch B (+3rd).
      The problem is that i only get the +5th! The +3rd suddenly disappeared?? So in the pitch mix, when i isolate the +3rd, there is nothing, only clean tone!

      Same problem occurs in the Quadrovox algorithm. Here it only plays two of the four programmable pitches (in my case only B and D.) So again in the pitch mix, if i isolate AC, there is nothing…..

      What can I do? And have anyone other than me experienced this?

      Matt 

    • #126315
      gkellum
      Member

      Are you using these algorithms on an H9 or a PitchFactor?  You tagged your post with H9.  So, I assume on the H9 but it would be good to verify that.  Also, what version of the software do you have installed on your Eventide device?

    • #126316
      gkellum
      Member

      One more thing… Do you have two cables connected to your device?  B/c if the device is running to stereo outputs, it might put one voice in one output and another voice in the other.

    • #126317
      h9controller
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      Hey newphobia,

      I can confirm If you have stereo outputs connected, the Diatonic algorithm will output pitch B on the right side only.  Could this be the issue you're seeing?

      As well, Quadravox will do the same for pitches B and D.

      Let us know!

    • #126319
      h9controller
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      Just to clarify my last post,

      I was using input 1 (left) as a mono input and running both outputs 1 & 2 for stereo operation.  This is when Pitch B in Diatonic will be routed to output 2 (right) ONLY.  Pitch A will ONLY be routed to output 1 (left) as well. Quadravox will respond similarly.

      This is by design, expected behavior of the H9.

    • #126321
      newphobia
      Member

      The problem has been solved. By accident i connected a mono Jack to output 2 instead of output 1, so you are absolutely right – it was the stereo output… Rookie mistake!

      Thank you very much for the fast reply! Luckily nothing was wrong with my beloved H9!

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