quick question about the "pitch shift" effect on korg zero 4
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    Default quick question about the "pitch shift" effect on korg zero 4

    this is more or less the same in function as the "key" knob on traktor correct?

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    yep, but less accurately controlled, and it has a wet/dry so instead of changing the key 100%, you can add an octave below with the original key, or add harmonies if you are really good with knobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJPhaidon View Post
    yep, but less accurately controlled, and it has a wet/dry so instead of changing the key 100%, you can add an octave below with the original key, or add harmonies if you are really good with knobs.
    sweet, you just sold me on that purchase

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    The zero 4's are really awesome. Only a few bad points, and the fact that korg doesn't make or support them anymore.

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