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March 21, 2009 at 11:35 pm #106128NerveParticipant
Great Unit! One thing:
I'm using the HarModulation Effect as it is the reason I purchased the PitchFactor. Thing is, when I play there is majoy latency in the effect with the effect 100% wet. Anyway to avoid this? I do not want to hear the dry signal but want the wet signal in realtime…
March 23, 2009 at 1:28 pm #118406wedelichModeratorEventide Staff
Thanks! How are you using the Harmodulator and what are the knob settings? How long is the latency you are describing, is it like a slapback echo or just something you perceive as you play? If you don't want delay make sure the Delay A and B knobs are both all the way down and that feedback is all the way down as well.
March 23, 2009 at 10:56 pm #118414NerveParticipant
Yes, You are correct. It is being caused from the 'delay' setting itself…I wanted the pitch signal 100% wet, I did not realize that the wet/dry knob was controlling the wet/dry ratio of the delay also.
Is there any way around this?
March 24, 2009 at 4:30 pm #129537wedelichModeratorEventide Staff
First, the wet/dry knob is simply a "mixer" between your input signal (dry) and everything we do to it in the PF (wet). So, in our nomenclature, every bit of processing we do, including time delays, we call wet. Also, the delays are after the pitch-shifters, so what is being delayed is not the dry signal, but the pitch-shifted one. It will be a regular delay if the pitch is set to UNISION.
Second, if you just want a single pitch-shifted real-time signal, try this:
turn the wet/dry to 100%, turn the pitch mix all the way to A, set pitch A on your desired interval, pitch B setting won't matter, turn Delay A and B all the way to 0 (or No DLY if in tempo mode), set the modulation to 0 (knob straight up), the speed and waveform (LFO) won't matter either, set the feedback to 0.
Alternatively, if you want 2 pitch-shifted signals playing together, mix in B iwith the A/B mixer knob and choose an interval for B on the Pitch B knob. If you would like these 2 pitch-shifted signals to be real-time harmonies to your dry signal, mix some of your dry back in by turning the wet/dry mix to 50% or something.
Hope this answers your question.
March 24, 2009 at 6:16 pm #129540NerveParticipant
Yes, this is clear now. Thank you.
The problem I am having is getting 100% pitch-shifted in real time with delay engaged. The way it works now, this can not be achived as the wet/dry knob at 100% will null the first 'pitched' signal if the delay is not set to 0.
March 25, 2009 at 5:33 pm #129554achaputModerator
Check out factory preset 13:1. This uses one voice as a pitch shift with no delay and the other voice as echoes. If you turn the Mix knob to 100% on this preset then you can get 100% pitch shift with adjustable pitch delay.
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