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Re: Chopitch Question (Luis)

On May 15, 2005, at 16:53, a k butler wrote:
> I didn't try Per's suggestion, it's for mac only.

I have a distinct memory of using PitchScraper on my XP PC before  
there was a Mac version (and I did not have a Mac either by that  
time ;-)  I lost the Win version of the plug-in when my audio PC  
died, but maybe someone can send you the dll? Below is some info I  
found at the KVR forum:

"4. Kuniox Plugins
URL: http://www.interq.or.jp/jazz/kuniox/index.htm
And another cool Japanese freeware VST developer,
plugins (Simple Reverb, VibXG, GEQ, PitchScraper)
might me rather simple but do their job and
are for Mac and Win! "

That URL to Kuniox is not working but maybe you can find out more by  
doing a couple of searches?

One traditional and very old trick to create that wobbling turntable  
effect is to sample a part of the source material and play it back  
while using the pitch wheel.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
www.looproom.com (international)
www.boysen.se (Swedish)
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