H9 Pitch Shifting with Fender Strat

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    • #169676
      Valves4ever
      Participant

      Hi, Using a foot controller and the H9 can I emulate the Vibrato arm on my Fender Guitar ?

      ie Gentle dips in pitch etc …..bit like a Steel Guitar ….

      cheers, Paul …

      newbie to this technology and very old !!!!

    • #169682
      tbskoglund
      Moderator
      Eventide Staff

      You can try the Vibrato algorithm and see if you like how that sounds. The default preset “Swamp Moon” has the expression pedal mapped to the intensity, so at the heel position there will be no effect, and you will hear more of the the effect as you adjust the pedal towards the toe.

    • #169683
      brock
      Participant

      Quick question:  How gentle of a pitch bend do you have in mind?

      The Vibrato algorithm (Manual assigned to an expression pedal) just might do it for fractional-semitone bends.  The H910 / H949 [Modern – Splice; Pitch Control – Smooth] can be used for much larger bends, but it’ll also go ‘gentle’.  Keep in mind (with the latter) the MIX will have to be 100, and your tone will change.

      As for the pedal steel comment, it reminded me of these presets.  One uses PitchFlex; the other two HarModulator.

      https://www.eventideaudio.com/forums/topic/whammy-bend-up-effect-help/#post-143611

      https://www.eventideaudio.com/forums/topic/h9-presets-share/#post-138664

      Those last two presets have envelope control, based on your signal input.  But that mapping can easily be adapted for expression pedal use.

    • #169694
      Valves4ever
      Participant

      Many thanks for the response, will have a good play this morning …..

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