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J.R.M.30  
26 Sep 2013 14:47 | Quote
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I've been experimenting with alternate tunings on my acoustic guitar and I wonder if there is amp/keyboard effect that simulates orchestral pitch-changes, say you want to play flat, can you? I know there are strings setting on a lot of keyboards but you can't control the sharpness or the flatness of the pitch.
Guitarslinger124  
3 Oct 2013 11:46 | Quote
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I'm confused, if you are using a keyboard and you know what key you are playing in, why not just play the notes yourself?

Otherwise, use a pitch shifter.
J.R.M.30  
16 Jun 2016 20:17 | Quote
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Well, as it turns out I found a pitch transposer, one by MXR, but I"ll think I"ll stick with detuning my guitar for now.
J.R.M.30  
18 Jun 2016 13:43 | Quote
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Uh, err scratch that.
J.R.M.30  
18 Jun 2016 14:59 | Quote
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Same old response as the first response.
J.R.M.30  
18 Jun 2016 16:49 | Quote
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First response as the older response.
J.R.M.30  
18 Jun 2016 16:55 | Quote
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Same response equals first response equals older response equals same response.


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