A stereo pitch-shifter piles head-long into an echo box with filters bit-crusher and waveshaper. To pour acid in the wounds : modulators attack both pitch and delay time. “This oh-so desirable effect combines pitchshifting and delay to produce lush choruses, swirling echoes and some dynamite vocal doubling” With delay times ranging from 2 milliseconds right the way up to five seconds, the feedback path is the most important part of this effect … that’s where you’ll find a pitch-shifter, a bit-crusher, a wave-shaper and a shelving filter. A wide variety of effects can be generated from subtle chorus-type sounds to nasty smashed-up swooping loops, clean slap-delays to evil bad-guy voice effects.
Both pitch and delay time can be modulated independently creating all manner of wobbly bits – from jellified slapbacks to … well … you’ll see … The modulation amounts can either be indentical, or mirrored accross left and right channels and the feedback path can be straight, or inverted for ping-ponging:
Pitch amount can be set from fractions of a semitone right up to a full octave – in either direction, and on high feedback settings, the internal limiter kicks-in to stop things getting out of control