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This new mad contraption does lo-fi pitch-shifting and mental feedback effects!! It even has midi control over the pitch shifting. More details inside the zip-file
Pitch Shifter is a plugIn to shift the pitch of an incoming audio signal. By mixing the pitch shifted signal with the original signal via the dry/wet control, basic detuning, octaving and harmonizing effects are also possible. This shifter is based on a delayline with two crossfaded read pointers. Such an architecture allows for feedback - and feedback gives the potential to rather drastic, weird special effects like monster-voices, flanger-like effects and more.
Son of a pitch is an audio pitch bend effect. The pitch of the incoming signal can be controlled by the pitch knob or by a sync to host LFO. The pitch knob ranges from +3 octaves to -3 octaves of the original pitch. The effect also features an LFO controlled filter section. There are 3 filters to choose from, 2 SV filters and a butterworth filter. The filter section can be bypassed sending the dry signal straight to the pitch bender.
- 2 LFO host BPM syncable
- 16 steps graphical sequencer
- Modulation matrix
4 Band Shifter is a VST Plugin that is able to scale (shift) independently the pitch of 4 adjacent, user-definable frequency bands. Plugin pitch-shifting code is based on Stephan M. Bernsee’s article, Pitch Shifting Using Fourier Transform.
Plugin takes advantage of FFTW library in performing fast STFTs.
Warning: It seems to crash Sonar
sideslip is a granular pitch shifter effect with an internal variable length step sequencer. it allows you to modify pitch and grain size for each step, as well as edit start, end, and sequencer modes, and granular envelope type for a wide variety of effects. breakdown can be hand set to create gentle rythimc pitch corrections, or completely destroy a loop or sample by granular deconstruction. feel free to use the patch randomizer for some creative inspiration.
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Recreate that late-70’s early 80’s drum sound of short delay and pitch shift. You could do this with routing on some hosts, but this is much quicker & easier to set up — and Swoosh’s quick and dirty pitch shift component doesn’t have the overhead of formant-preserving, etc. algorithms that standard pitch shifters have.
Shifter-Bank is a plugIn for the creation of several pitch-shifted versions of the input signal. With low shift-factors (in the range between a few cents and a semitone) you will get effects which are called “unison” in some synthsizers. The plugIn can therefore be used to create a “fatter” sound. With higher amounts of pitch-shifting, the effects remind me on effects used on TV to garble voices of persons who want to stay anonymous. This plugIn - the same as the Pitch-Shifter - works with a delayline-based granulation algorithm.
Pitch-Shifter is a VST-plugIn for shifting the pitch of the input signal without affecting the overall length. Normally pitch and length of audio material are coupled - if you simply increase the playback-tempo, the pitch raises and the length shortens. Pitch-Shifter uses a delayline-based granular algorithm to decouple the pitch from the length, so that the overall length of the signal will not be affected (which would not make much sense in a realtime-plugIn anyway). In such an algorithm the signal is subdivided into small chunks, called “grains”. These grains are then played back at a different speed and looped if necessary (this occurs in up-shifting), or not played to the end (this occurs in downshifting). There are always two grains played back at the same time, where there is a crossfade, which fades back and forth between the two grains (at the loop-point the volume of one grain should be zero to avoid artifacts in the output signal).
A wrapper for Chris Kerry’s low CPU, high quality pitch shifter.
A fairly lo-fi effect. When you send it a MIDI note, it will play back the contents of it’s buffer at the note’s pitch.
This is an octaver for the guitar, it can rectify 1 to 4 octaves up, or 1 to 4 octaves down, and then through a section for regular input going through Badhead distortion module.
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