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Topic: Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

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    Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

    Hi Kyle,

    Thanks for the downloads. I'm very impressed with your sounds! However, I'm new to Stylus. I'm wondering if there's a way to adjust the pitch of some of these (maybe a half or whole step)?

    Thanks,
    Jon

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    Re: Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

    ABSOLUTELY we can do it -- and I've found you can shift most of them quite a bit and they still sound so great!

    Once you select your element (the loop, or whatever you want to call it) in the RMX browser, then go to the EDIT page of RMX for that part (by hitting the "EDIT" button on the bottom of the RMX interface). The "pitch" slider is in the lower left of that EDIT page.

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    Re: Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

    ditto here.
    Transposing happily. And don't forget that you can change the parts too by editing the midifile.

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    Re: Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

    in case you are a Logic user you can advantage of the KeytoCC environment that can be downloaded at www.swiftkick.com
    It maps the Modwheel to one or more octaves on your keyboard.
    When you connect the pitch function in RMX to the Modwheel you can transpose the loops in halftonesteps from the keyboard.
    Almost feels like a onefinger arranger on steroids!

    best
    Hans

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    Re: Hey Kyle:Textural Guitars...any way to adjust pitch in StylusRMX?

    Hi JWB,

    Glad you decided to check out the sounds!
    Looks like some other fellas have already pointed you in the right direction.
    Enjoy!

    Sincerely,
    Kyle
    www.NineVoltAudio.com
    info@NineVoltAudio.com

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