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Re: octave shifter for winds

Great videos, thanks for the tip.  I'll definitely have to try them both.

On Sun, Jun 14, 2009 at 8:20 AM, Tilmann Dehnhard<tilmann@dehnhard.com> 
> silvain, you should try it out first. the voiceworks is doing pitch
> recognition. most machines of that kind fail in the upper register of 
> the flute and you will get some nasty sounding scramble instead of a good
> pitch shift. any note higher than the human voice will be problematic.
> when i use the voice live with the flute, i play only in the lowest 
> anything higher sounds bad.
> if you are looking for good pitch shifting, check out the whammy 
>products of
> digitech, you can even whistle into them and have stable 2 oct up and 
> here is an example of voice live use with flute
> (starts at min 01:53)
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gO8bQb__jKg
> here is an example of pitch shifting with a whammy including whistling
> (starts at 1:41)
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XL0Px6my9yA
> tilmann
> Sylvain Poitras schrieb:
>> Thanks for your help, I've been checking specs and listening to demos
>> all weekend...  I think I'll have to go with the voiceworks.  Looks
>> like a great little unit, and it's got midi control.
>> Sylvain