Eventide Update PitchFactor OS

User-driven Features and Enhancement      10/06/09
Eventide Update PitchFactor OS

If you saw our review of the Eventide ModFactor (link below) - one of the range of stompboxes from Eventide, then news of improvements to the OS of the sister pedal the PitchFactor will no doubt be of interest. The new OS (v2.3) adds new scales for the Diatonic and Quadravox effects. Users can now select from the following: [MAJ] - Major
[min] - Minor
[DOR] - Dorian
[PHRG] - Phrygian
[LYD] - Lydian
[MLYD] - Mixolydian
[LOC] – Locrian
[Hmin] - Harmonic Minor
[Mmin] - Melodic Minor
[Wton] - Whole Tone
[ENIG] - Enigmatic
[NPLT] - Neopolitan
[HUNG] - Hungarian
Also added is the ability to lock Expression Pedal programming, the ability to more easily select from the 100 supplied user presets using the select knob, a wider range of Tuner calibration, and the ability to control PitchFlex via MIDI continuous controller messages.
    The PitchFactor Harmonizer® pitch and delay stompbox features:
  • Up to 1.5 seconds of stereo delay and up to 4 voices of intelligent pitch shifting
  • Software upgradeable via USB 2.0
  • MIDI control via USB or MIDI in, out/thru
  • Instant program change
  • Real-time control with 10 knobs, MIDI, or expression pedal
  • Tap tempo and MIDI clock sync
  • True analog bypass
  • Rugged cast metal construction
  • Reliable metal footswitches for instant preset access
  • Mono or stereo operation
  • Guitar or line level inputs and outputs
    PitchFactor includes Eventide's 10 best signature pitch+delay effects:
  • Diatonic PitchFlexâ„¢
  • Quadravoxâ„¢ Octaverâ„¢
  • HarModulatorâ„¢ Crystalsâ„¢
  • MicroPitch HarPeggiatorâ„¢
  • H910 / H949 Synthonizerâ„¢
PitchFactor was released in March of 2009. MSRP $579, Street $499

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