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At the core of the Pitch Fork+ are a pair of independent pitch-shifting engines. Each is able to raise or lower signals by three octaves. And for finer adjustments, there’s also the ability to detune upwards or downwards by 99 cents.
In addition to a dry input level knob, there are volume controls for each pitch-shifting engine. You also get two outputs, Main and Aux, with multiple routing options. There are also eight operating modes, which include X-Mod, where you can create ring mod-type sounds and an improved Momentary mode.
The user footswitch is assignable to a host of parameters. You can use it to trigger a mute, make quick pitch shifts or even cycle between presets on the fly.
For even more control, you can hook up an external expression or CV controller to the pedal. This lets you assign out an array of parameters such as frequency, glissando and volume.
Each Pitch Fork+ comes preloaded with 10 unique presets, and you can store up to 100 in total.
Check out the Pitch Fork+ in action below:
The Pitch Fork+ is available now for $213.80. It also comes with its own 9V power supply.
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