ModIII pitch shifter modules are multiplying the frequencies of a signal by the same factor. The signal’s pitch will be transposed and harmonic relationships will be preserved. Artefacts can be heard though and some delay has to be put up with (up to 30ms). The Speed control sets how quick and exact the module works.
Default installation path: .../Effects/Pitch/
Basically a pitch shifter with integrated mono tempo delay. Nice Fx if you let the pitch rise or fall as the delay fades out.
“A frequency-lock, or frequency-locked loop (FLL), is an electronic control system that generates a signal that is locked to the frequency of an input or "reference" signal. This circuit compares the frequency of a controlled oscillator to the reference, automatically raising or lowering the frequency of the oscillator until its frequency (but not necessarily its phase) is matched to that of the reference.A frequency-locked loop is an example of a control system using negative feedback. Frequency-lock loops are used in radio, telecommunications, computers and other electronic applications to generate stable frequencies, or to recover a signal from a noisy communication channel.” (wikipedia)
mp3: freqOut>sineOSC, rude tweaking of all parameters
“A phase-locked loop or phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system that generates a signal that has a fixed relation to the phase of a "reference" signal. A phase-locked loop circuit responds to both the frequency and the phase of the input signals, automatically raising or lowering the frequency of a controlled oscillator until it is matched to the reference in both frequency and phase. A phase-locked loop is an example of a control system using negative feedback.” (wikipedia)
mp3: freqOut>sineOSC, rude tweaking of all parameters.
ModIV pitch shifter modules: FLL and PLL Tuner.
Connect Modular MIDI in to MIDI in of this module and you can "play" the PitchShifter, using a keyboard.
Four Stereo Pitch Shifter in one module.
Easy Pitch select by virtual keyboard.