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Korg TouchView Trinity Effect Manual: Pitch Shifter

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34: Pitch Shifter

34: Pitch Shifter
This effect changes the pitch of the input signal. You can select from three types: Fast (quick response),
Medium, and Slow (preserves tonal quality). You can also create an effect in which the pitch is gradually
raised (or dropped) using the delay with feedback.
Wet: Mono In - Mono Out / Dry: Stereo In - Stereo Out
Left
Input Level
+
Input Level
Right
Input Level
a
Src
Amt
b
Mode
Pitch Shift [1/2tone]
c
Src
Amt
Fine [cent]
d
Amt
e
Delay Time [msec]
f
Feedback
g
High Damp [%]
Wet/Dry
h
Src
Amt
b: Mode
96
Delay
Pitch Shifter
0...100
None...Tempo
–100...+100
Slow, Medium, Fast
–24...+24
None...Tempo
–24...+24
–100...+100cent
–100...+100vent
0...1000msec
–100...+100
0...100%
Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet
None...Tempo
–100...+100
This parameter switches the pitch shifter operating mode. With Slow, tonal
quality will not be changed too much. With Fast, the effect becomes a Pitch
Shifter that has a quick response, but may change the tone. Medium is in
between these two.
If you do not need to set too much pitch shift amount, set this parameter to
"Fast." If you wish to change the pitch significantly, use "Slow."
High Damp
Feedback
Sets the input level to the effect.
Selects the modulation source of input level.
Modulation amount of input level
Switches Pitch Shifter mode.
Sets the pitch shift amount by steps of a semitone.
Modulation source of pitch shift amount
Modulation amount of pitch shift amount
Sets the pitch shift amount by steps of a cent.
Modulation amount of pitch shift amount
Sets the delay time from the input signal.
Sets the feedback amount.
Damping amount in the high range
Sets the balance between the effect and dry sounds.
Modulation source of effect balance
Modulation amount of effect balance
Wet / Dry
Wet / Dry
P.96
P.97
P.97
P.97
P.97

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