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Author Topic: Recommendation: Pitch shift plug in  (Read 795 times)

K-dub

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Recommendation: Pitch shift plug in
« on: December 24, 2004, 10:40:33 am »

I've used the DSPFX one, and it's good, just not good for my system...it causes instability.

Is there another for the DX/VST platform that anyone can recommend?

I don't need to tranpose keys, what a primarily want to do is create the harmonizer effect on vocals where the center remains untouched, but the l/r is slightly detuned.

The DSPFX is excellent in the fact that it doesn't consume a ton of CPU while in use. But again, when I use it, it causes Sonar 4 to lock up...I haven't a clue why...but it's a pattern I've noticed.

So I'm looking for a replacement. Any ideas?

THANKS!

K
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