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A simple question, but the answer is pretty complex. I will try to squeeze 40 years of research into some sentences. The first realtime pitch shifters worked with using granular synthesis in the time domain. This means the incoming signal gets chopped into small pieces called windows, resampled at higher or lower speed and finally recombined with soft fading,...


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Will they be wired in series or parallel? Both is possible, and will yield very different results. Wiring two pickups in parallel changes nothing about the output voltage (or, gives you the average voltage), so the level will stay similar to that of a single PU, but it halves the inductance / impedance. As a result, both cable capacitance and resistive ...


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Will they both work? Yes, if you wire them correctly! Will they be wired in series or parallel? I suspect parallel but am hoping someone with more knowledge about this will know for sure. This depends on how you wire them! Normal configuration is parallel. Also, pay attention to polarity: I assume you want the pickups to be in phase. There are many ...


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I think there is a key point that the PS-6 emphasizes very well: pitch-shifting can be fully polyphonic, basically because I does not care what are the notes played (I'll expand after), harmonizer need to produce notes inside a scale. For that they need to recognize the note played at different times in order to produce another one (for instance, minor ...


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This is a grounding issue. Guitar connections generally have high impedance, which makes them very susceptible to capacitive interference. To avoid this, devices should be shielded: all circuit elements should be surrounded by a conductive foil or cage, which needs to be connected to ground or a common reference. Guitar manufacturers, alas, routinely cheap ...


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To paraphrase this post: https://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=22478.msg200736#msg200736 Nothing is impossible, but it's cheaper to buy an amp with actual effects loop. If you have access to another amp and speaker you can use take signal for the looper out of the headphone out, as this article suggests: https://www.zombieguitar.com/using-a-...


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