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Old 11-02-2013, 07:32 PM
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Default Delay & Pitch Shift

Hello everyone, i was wondering if anyone had a more efficient way of achieving a Delay/Pitch shift effect. Where each instance of Delay is Pitchshifted up or down based on my preference at the time. Currently the best way i can think of is to copy and paste the part i want to delay and manually apply a pitchshift to each part. However the Delay you get from a plugin is way more precise and natural sounding than i can achieve. Any suggestions Plug-in wise? It is an effect i hear alot in popular pop tracks. Thanks for your anticipated help.
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Currently the best way i can think of is to copy and paste the part i want to delay and manually apply a pitchshift to each part.
You'll have the most control using your current method. Use a LPF to shave off the high end and dirty it up with some other plug-ins.

Old delay techniques, but still used today:

http://www2.digidesign.com/digizine/...ford/index.cfm

http://www2.digidesign.com/digizine/...hniques/rhett/

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You'll have the most control using your current method. Use a LPF to shave off the high end and dirty it up with some other plug-ins.

Old delay techniques, but still used today:

http://www2.digidesign.com/digizine/...ford/index.cfm

http://www2.digidesign.com/digizine/...hniques/rhett/

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ok.. thanks for your response.. i didnt know if their was a plugin that did it also..
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ok.. thanks for your response.. i didnt know if their was a plugin that did it also..
I'm sure there are, I just wanted to give you helpful additional information on your own method that is actually commonly done. As for myself, I use the Avid delays and sometimes do the same method as you for more complex stuff.

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