Sort of relevant: I've been playing with my OC-3 a lot recently and can't get it to track at all reliably. I understood that the OC-2 was loved because it was glitchy, and that the OC-3 was supposed to be better/cleaner. I remember it being much better than this so I'm wondering if it's the guitar I'm using. _________________
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Posted: Wed Oct 07, 2015 1:01 pm Post subject:
I guess it would help if I explained my intended use of the effect. I'm basically looking for something to track single or octave (power chord without the 5th) lines, adding only the higher octave. The tone will be over driven, and if it sounds a little synthy, I'm ok with that. _________________ 33 by Saturday's Child available now!
Pitchfork does look awesome- not keen on EHX's 'balance' control (losing dry signal at the cost of FX signal is shite for some effects), but I think it'd work here. Obviously I can vouch for the Micro POGs, even if they don't keep the huge round bottom end (missus) of something like an OC-2. Tracking is worth it.
May cash in my spare Micro POG for a Pitchfork sometime soon actually. _________________ andrew floss musics
Joined: 04 Jan 2011 Posts: 2251 Location: Brooklyn
Posted: Wed Oct 07, 2015 4:17 pm Post subject:
A lot of the glitchy aspects of certain octave/pitch shifting pedals can be fixed by putting a compression pedal in front of them. If the input its getting a varying signal, the processors/circuit will react oddly.
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