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Re: Upwards pitch shift (Was Re: qualities of reverb OT)
Lexicon PCM 42 was the go to loop box for me thru the 80s,90s and 00s-
dont use them anymore-but they are the uniquest)?)-analogue sounding
boxes around-thanks to gary hall and bob sellon for their input &
expertise on the mods for those beautees.
>From: Luca Formentini <email@example.com>
>Sent: Feb 29, 2008 5:00 PM
>Subject: Re: Upwards pitch shift (Was Re: qualities of reverb OT)
>scott hansen wrote:
>> i've never seen early 80's vid of henry kaiser, but i have his early
>> 90's eclectic electric and his dvd: a bunch of guitar solos...and his
>> pitch shifting is an eventide unit (h3000something). and i have a # of
>> cds of his, and he uses it quite a bit.
>what you refer to is a Lexicon Pcm 42 which has a unique way to modulate
>the delay and a very thick, analog sound.
>A kind or random modulation on the speed of the delayed signal.
>The unique effect on the h3000 ( he used a 3500 extensively before
>passing to eclipse) is called... I don't remember but I think it can be
>described as a stutter.
>This stutter is something eventide hasn't been able to put on their