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  • Kristoff
    Posts: 43
    Joined: Mar 10th, 2008
    pitch delay
    Hi guys, i have been trying for a while to re-create an fx that a favorite producer of mine (Sebastien Leger) Its a pitch delay fx where the delay pitches up and down. I cant seem to get it right. This fx appear in most of his recent stuff if you want to check it out, (Plik Plok, Binola) If anyone can help that would be great. Cheers
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  • JamieInNC
    Posts: 186
    Joined: Nov 16th, 2009
    Re: pitch delay
    Hey kristoff, I'm pretty sure the delay itself isn't being changed in pitch. In plik plok, it sounds like he is simply putting full wet signal behind the original notes, which are either automated on pitch bend, or controlled real time with a fader. As far as I know, once a delay is sent, there isn't anything that can be done to change it's pitch or length, so he is achieving this by other means. Now, you could get this effect, but it would require sending a series of separate midi notes (that aren't heard) through a delay plug set to 100% wet signal. It could be done, but seems rather time consuming. Then again, once you get it, you could easily save the preset and use it over and over again if you wished. Jamie
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  • Pokatiu
    Posts: 15
    Joined: Oct 4th, 2010
    Re: pitch delay
    Hi JamieInNC, could you go more in deep on what you saying, explain it better in details? Im grapsing it and it sounds interesting, but cant get all of it. You talk about making a copy-channel with no output and in there a midi region with the desired notes bussed to the delay and then automated? hope to hear more, its always great to hear from dedicated people ;)
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  • Nuxugya
    Posts: 19
    Joined: Feb 11th, 2010
    Re: pitch delay
    Grain Delay!
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