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DSP4000 Series Support

General

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Yes, "Auto Pitch Correct" in Bank 9, "623 Pitch Quantize" in bank 18, both on the DSP4000.

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Yes, "Video Delay" on the GTR/DSP cards.

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VSig is a Visual Editor for producing user presets for the Eventide ORVILLE, DSP7000/4000, and current H-Series Processors. A Windows-supported MIDI interface (typically Creative Technology "Soundblaster") will be needed to communicate with the 4000. MIDI or an RS-232 serial port can communicate with Orville, DSP7000/H8000 series

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Yes, TimeSqueeze® in bank 17 on the DSP4000 "Easy Timesqueeze" on the broadcast card as well as "Digital Timesqueeze(R)" in bank 33 of the sampler option. Note that the first two work with a variable speed tape recorder, whilst the last records the sound into RAM, and plays it back squeezed.

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Yes, see "Max Stutter" on the broadcast card.

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Unlike many simpler systems which in effect offer a single hard-wired algorithm with software switches to give variations, each preset on the DSP4000 is a complete algorithm in itself. This means that when it is selected, a large amount of code has to be downloaded from ROM to the signal processors, which cannot happen immediately. For live performance use, the best approach is to use a single complex algorithm ( for example, Templates or Virtual Pedalboards on the GTR4000, Multiple Effects on the DSP4000 ), and then use MIDI to change sounds during a number.

MIDI

Presets

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Yes, there is a simple vocoder in Bank 13 on the DSP4000.