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The Shifter-Bank is a plugin that allows to create unison-like or veiling effects. It can be used to create a fatter sound or to simulate a voice scrambler in TV. It is possible to create multiple copies of an input signal and to shift them separately to the right or the left of the original signal.
The granular synthesis approach is used for this.
This approach was developed in early days of sample-based granular synthesis and has been used since then in plenty of synthesizers (e.g. Bit-Blaster and the Kontakt “Simplex”).
The algorithm generates grains, which are time-bounded intervals of the input signal.
A read pointer is used to calculate the position of each grain.
For the calculation of the grains a window function is used. The output of a window function is the sum of the two input signals multiplied by the window function.
The units of the read pointer are milliseconds. To get an idea of the frequency of the grains, the grain-size parameter of the Shifter-Bank should be set to a value of about one second.
The granular synthesis approach has two important parameters:
Window size: This parameter controls the length of the signal chunk. If the grain size is set to 1, the number of grains is equal to the number of samples of the input signal. If the grain size is set to 1.25, the number of grains is equal to 1.25 times the number of samples of the input signal.
Grain size: This parameter controls the length of the signal chunk. If the grain size is set to 1, the number of grains is equal to the number of samples of the input signal. If the grain size is set to 1.25, the number of grains is equal to 1.25 times the number of samples of the input signal.
The granular synthesis approach uses the perfect square-wave as a window function. A sound result can be obtained if the numbers of grains (and thus the length of the chunk of the input signal) and the grain size are set to the same values.
Now let’s start to explain the working of the Shifter-Bank:
The input signal is a sine-wave with a frequency of one Hertz and a slowly increasing amplitude. (see figure below)
The upper illustration represents the input signal at the left side of the plugIn window.
The lower illustration represents the shifted signals at the right side of the window
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When the user presses the “Step” button in the top left corner of the plugIn window, the user is presented with the very first Pitch-Shifter plugIn window. In this window there are all possible states of the Pitch-Shifter and the user can start working with them. I.e. this window has a sub-menu structure with all parameters for controlling the pitch-shifting.
Using the buttons in the lower left corner, the user can step through all possible combinations of the parameters in sequence. Pressing the “Step” button again, will step back to the default values of the parameters.
Main-Window – Main page of the Shifter-Bank
This plugIn will work for any sound or audiofile that contains signal information in the form of a sequence of numbers (e.g. the waveform of a song).
A wav file can be loaded into the Shifter-Bank using the Load button.
The wav file is then stored in the Shifter-Bank for subsequent usage.
* for multi-sampled (stereo) files, a *.s3d-file is generated and saved into the Shifter-Bank.
The Pitch-Shifter has two modes of operation. One mode is called “Slow” and the other “Fast”.
* In Slow-mode the amount of pitch-shifting is limited to a fraction of the original frequency (default: 10%).
* In Fast-mode the amount of pitch-shifting is limited to one octave of the original frequency (default: 64.5%).
In Slow-mode the pitch-shifting of the output signal is “sloppy” compared to the Fast-mode.
* In Slow-mode the “Modulation”-Parameter (see above) has no impact on the output signal.
* In Fast-mode the “Modulation”-Parameter has the same effect as in Slow-mode but the modulation effect is twice as strong.
In order to enhance the “fast”-mode effect, you can use the “Pitch-modulation”-Parameter (see above).
Please note that the results of the “Modulation”-Parameter and the “Pitch-modulation”-Parameter are additive.
Furthermore the amount of “Pitch-shifting” and “Pitch-modulation” can be adjusted via “Pitch-shift”- and ”
The plugIn is very intuitive. One of the better things, when you get something which is not common on the market is that you can interact with the plugIn easily. In some other apps, you might have the possibility to double-click on a slider bar or even triple-click on a button, but this is only a small thing, and almost only used to help you to get the slider bar over a certain position. Here, the users can interact on the value of the controls, by using the keyboard as if it was a mouse. I don’t think that this is something which was made purposely but, as an experienced user, it feels just right.
As already mentioned, the Pitch-shifter is a software-based pitch shifter. This means that it will not find the precise note or the note pair which you want to shift. This might sound wrong, but it is not.
If you start with a note or a note pair in the middle of a octave or even a half tone, then you will probably not get the note or the note pair which you are looking for.
If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin. If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin. If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin. If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin. If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin. If you look at the manual, you will find that there are two “reference notes” which you can choose as an input for the plugin.
There are two reference notes, like a keyboard, which are not programmed but are rather fixed by the programmers. You can find these two notes if you press the keys “StartShift” and “StopShift”.
Whenever you enter a value with the Shift-parameter, the plugin will look for these two reference notes and the pitch shift will always be in relation to the notes of these reference notes. For this reason, you can choose any note which you want to shift.
To get a clear view of the Pitch-shifter, you
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The Shifter-Bank consists of three sections.
The first section is a control panel. Here you can configure the plugIn using the GUI:
The second section is the granulation controller. The granulation controller is split into two parts. There is a processing section and an effect section:
The processing section processes the input signal and the wet signal by using the granulation algorithms (with or without delays).
The wet signal is kept separate from the processed signal. This wet signal can be processed by any other effect plugIn.
The effect section is what is shown in the picture above. It is the section, which sends the resulting signal to the output.
The input signal is first sent to the processing section. If there is a delay (there is a delay to create the delay line), then the input signal gets mixed with the wet signal. The processing section is also able to work with simple time-delayed feedback. This feature can be used to create “chains” of effects in an endless loop.
In the effect section the pitch-shifted output signal is split into channels. The feedback function of the pitch-shifter can also be used on these channels, so the delay between both grain-amplitudes is created automatically.
The input signal is additionally processed by the parameters of the effect section. Therefore a kind of edit control is available.
The resulting signal is sent to the output.
Here is a short video, which shows a piece of audio where the Shifter-Bank is used to create a so called unison effect (unison refers to the fact that all the voices sound the same and it is very similar to a unison).
The Shifter-Bank was tested with many different situations.
It is not advised to use it to create completely new (unused) instruments as the effect can cause problems with certain synthsizers.
Last but not least:
For further information please refer to the wiki entry.
Changes and Features:
– added: Up to 32 grains can now be created
– fixed: Better display of the actual number of voices
– added: Now possible to generate up to 100 voices
– fixed: Bug in certain voice list settings
– added: Now possible to set the pitch shift of the output signal to any value between 1 and the actual maximum detuning of the sound (in semitones)
– added: Now possible to set the pulse width of the output signal to any value between 1 and the actual maximum pulse width of the sound
– added: New parameter “Active Voices” controls, how much of the output signal is played back
– added: New parameter “Active Voices” controls, how much of the input signal is mixed into the output signal
– added: User interface overhaul
System Requirements For Shifter-Bank:
16-bit machine with at least 128 KB of RAM
Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 95 or Windows 98 operating system
DOS 3.2 or greater
A 128 KB DOS compatible or Win16 DOS emulator (TDOS, DosEMU, DosBox) or any other compatible emulator
Source code compatible with the DOS version or a compatible emulator
3-D accelerator card (e.g. AGP 4x) or a compatible driver and 3-D accelerator card (e.g. PCI 4x)
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