The programs are intended more for pure effects than complex multiple harmony lines. For instance you can create chords from a VCO signal.
The technlology used can be compared to a reel-to-reel tape machine with tape heads moving with at different speeds than the tape itself and where two tape heads are crossfaded.
The first six programs' algorithms looks like that:
left in -> pitch shifter -> delay line -> left output -> [analog feedback to left in]
right in -> pitch shifter -> delay line -> right output -> [analog feedback to right in]
The differences are in their controls with different ranges. The delay times are ca. 500ms for the left channel and ca. 250ms for the right one.
- Dual Pitch Shifter: shifts +/-1 octave. Delay time left <500ms, delay time <250ms.
- Dual Delay Shifter: Like program 1 but with individual delay time control per channel.
- Interval Shifter 1: semitone quantized pitch shifting with identical intervals for both channels.
- Interval Shifter 2: semitone quantized pitch shifting. Left pitches up, right pitches down.
- Dual Micro Shift. Microtonal pitch shifting by +/-1 semitone. Common control of delay time for L & R.
- Dual Delay Micro Shift. Like program 5 but with individual delay time per channel.
- Pitch -> Delay. Pitch shifter before the delay. Feedback taps the delay output only.
- Delay -> Pitch. Delay before the pitch shifter. Feedback taps the delay output only.
ca. 35 x 17 mm