Wizard of Pitch



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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby chrisdermo » Wed Jan 11, 2017 7:39 am

Eivind August wrote:Fuck yes, that sounds stellar and I need it. Possibly inside me, but definitely in front of me.

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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby PeteeBee » Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:01 am

Well shoot. There goes my whole "try to not buy any pedals this year" thing while I save for a dreamy amp. Amp is just going to have to wait!
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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby vidret » Sat Jan 14, 2017 7:22 pm

so it's like a ct5 in that it can do a delay as well?

I heard it at the end, and I see a feedback knob. Can we call this a super-modulated, arpeggiated delay now?
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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby Eric! » Sun Jan 15, 2017 1:46 pm

SO SPICE. SO NICE.
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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby baremountain » Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:00 am

vidret wrote:so it's like a ct5 in that it can do a delay as well?

I heard it at the end, and I see a feedback knob. Can we call this a super-modulated, arpeggiated delay now?

This is my speculation on what's going on here: there's the deluxe WOP circuit 1st, which feeds into the delay line (seems Minivan-y). Mutate switch engages regeneration ala Ct5 or Magic on the Rainbow Machine. That's where the rainbow/ct5 sounds in one of the early clips come from. Dual mix knobs so you can dial in pure pitch shift or pure delay.
Dindindin is momentary and engages a hold function - I haven't used a WoP extensively so I have no clue whether the hold buffer comes from the WoP or the delay. Bender switch seems like a momentary stomp that works in conjunction with the bend switch - when the switch is off, the stomp engages it momentarily, and when it's on the stomp snaps you back into normal(-ish) pitch shifty territory.
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This is my best guess based off a 3 minute video, but it seems pretty logical based off knob/switch config vs what I'm hearing.

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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby Eric! » Tue Jan 17, 2017 1:45 pm

Baremountain layin down some serious peepin. I think the buffer for Dindindin is on the pitch-side, notice in the vid that playing into Dindindin mode the dry signal isn't shifted.
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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby baremountain » Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:12 pm

Eric! wrote:Baremountain layin down some serious peepin. I think the buffer for Dindindin is on the pitch-side, notice in the vid that playing into Dindindin mode the dry signal isn't shifted.

:cool: Oh yeah, you're totally right! That makes sense, but being unfamiliar with the WoP I wasn't sure how the pitch shifter's buffer works - my only experience with non-instantaneous buffer on pitch shifters is the ct5 and that obviously works a little differently. Maybe it's connected to the speed knob or something?

All I can think about is how cool my saxophone is gonna sound running through this :drool:
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Re: Wizard of Pitch

Postby raj007 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:38 am

Cannot wait to see full spec sheet and more demos. Buying one regardless. I'm in. Just take my money already.
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