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January 24, 2011 at 10:03 am #107593GerangiroParticipant
I love my pedal. The MicroPitch, H910/949, PitchFlex and Crystals are gorgeus.
But the main reason why I bought this pedal was the Harmonizer.
The pedal came shipped with OS version 2.3.0 (2). Wow! What a marvelous harmonizer! I could play very dynamical – soft with bends – and fast with hard attack – the pedal tracked me perfectly.
But now!? I updated the pedal to OS version 3 Beta. The update-procedure went well. All my preset was intact. And I really appreciate the naming of presets and the output-level-adjustment.
But the harmonizer-tracking is rather unpredictable. And playing soft makes it even worser. E.g. playing a single line in E dorian, the minor third could become a major third (?!) – a 5th could be a b5th. Very strange!
I know this is a beta. I just wanted to point it out.
For me, this pedal is primary a harmonizer. So this is a serious issue!
Please! Get it as good as in version 2.3.0…
Best wishes to You all,
from a, otherwise, happy player.Show More...Show Less...
(sorry for my english)
January 24, 2011 at 5:01 pm #121469achaputModerator
We are looking into this. Are you sure that nothing else has changed in your rig?
January 24, 2011 at 7:32 pm #121470GerangiroParticipant
Nothing was changed in my rig. No aux-switches or expressionpedals interfered with the pedal. The pedal was calibrated to 440hz and my guitar was tuned.
Major third can become a minor third.
The pedal´s pitchdetection seems to work just fine, but it´s the algorithm´s interpretation of what to do with the 3rd – is it minor or major?
I got a hint when reading a older post. The user got a better result when he was in play-mode and used the learn-switch. I tried the same, and it got better. But not as good as in earlier version. It´s not funny to play in Eminor and you hear a G# instead of a G…
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