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23rd October 2011
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Gradual Pitch Shift on PT8?

Hey,

I have recorded a guitar sample at the end of a track with a short delay for around 6 seconds, I intend to copy this sample multiple times and arrange them consecutively like this :

[ B ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ A# ]

Is it possible have the pitch grandually change from the first sample the last sample to the key stated in the illustration above?
Are there any free plug-ins which will enable me to do this?

Thanks very much!
James

PS. Please excuse my unorthadox method of explaination, I suck at describing exactly what I mean hah
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I dont think anything free is going to get you there-

I would say check out the ZPlane Elastique pitch shifter though if it works on your enviornment....
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Hey,

I have recorded a guitar sample at the end of a track with a short delay for around 6 seconds, I intend to copy this sample multiple times and arrange them consecutively like this :

[ B ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ A# ]

Is it possible have the pitch grandually change from the first sample the last sample to the key stated in the illustration above?
Are there any free plug-ins which will enable me to do this?

Thanks very much!
James

PS. Please excuse my unorthadox method of explaination, I suck at describing exactly what I mean hah
What about Quick quack pitchweel? I've used it with good results.

"The Pitchwheel plug-in freely alters the pitch and timbre of a sound in real-time. It has a large, easy to use dials and simple parameters making it a fast and creative effect unit. It can give fine tuning control from fractions of a semi-tone to huge multi-octave pitch swings."
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Hey,

I have recorded a guitar sample at the end of a track with a short delay for around 6 seconds, I intend to copy this sample multiple times and arrange them consecutively like this :

[ B ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ - ][ A# ]

Is it possible have the pitch grandually change from the first sample the last sample to the key stated in the illustration above?
Are there any free plug-ins which will enable me to do this?

Thanks very much!
James

PS. Please excuse my unorthadox method of explaination, I suck at describing exactly what I mean hah
Load it into your soft sampler, and use the pitch bend wheel.
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