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    • #110891
      GannerLIX
      Member

      Hello,

      I have an evendite pitchfactor and I am studying who to use it but I have a blocking point…

      Does someone knows how to program effect like the below video from 0:17 to 0:27

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd8cKZjRWDA

      Thank you

    • #124431
      brock
      Participant

      That sounds like the ARP synth from Edgar Winter's 'Frankenstein'.  This basic preset should get you fairly close (playing A above the open high E string).  You'll have to tweak the settings for an exact duplication:

      CrazyFun

      Mix = WET:50

      Pitch Mix = A10+B10

      Pitch A = A: UNISON

      Pitch B = B: UNISON

      Delay A = 10 ms.

      Delay B = 20 ms.

      (encoder) = HMODLTR / TMP: OFF

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      Depth / Key = DP: +P5

      Speed / Scale = SPD:  70

      Xnob = RAMP-DN

      Ynob = FBK:  25

       

      (EXP PED Heel) =  SPD:  70

      (EXP PED Toe) =  SPD:  100

       

      In the video, the preset demonstration also adds expression pedal control over the Xnob (waveshape).  Over a few tries, I couldn't get changing waveshapes to sound similar to what I was hearing.  To me, it sounded like RAMP-DN (sawtooth modulation) all the way.

      The Delay A, Delay B, and Ynob (feedback) settings are optional.  It sounded a little 'thicker' than 0 ms.  I put Depth / Key at a perfect fifth above, but +1OCT is a little steeper.  You can use 'negative' intervals, but then the 'GunRays' will be shooting from two different directions.

      Another way to approach it would be to set Pitch A & Pitch B up a fifth (or an octave), and have the modulation drift down to your input note pitch ('unison').

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    • #124432
      GannerLIX
      Member

      Thanks a lot for your quick feed-back, I will work on  these settings Smile

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