Electro-Harmonix Announces New Pitch Fork+ Pitch-Shifter, Harmony Pedal
The pedal features two independent pitch-shifting engines - each capable of transposing over a +/- 3 octave range and detuning +/- 99 cents.
Electro-Harmonix has announced the release of its new Pitch Fork+ polyphonic pitch-shifter/harmony pedal.
The pedal is headlined by two independent pitch-shifting engines - both of which are capable of transposing over a +/- 3 octave range as well as detuning +/-99 cents.
Each shifted voice, and the dry signal, features its own volume control. These can then be routed in a number of different ways, thanks to the pedal's main and aux outputs.
The pedal's User footswitch features a dedicated LED, allows users to save and cycle up to 100 presets, and can assigned to mute a shift voice, jump to a preset program, crossfade modes, or a number of other functions.
On the whole, the pedal features eight modes - among them X-Mod, which creates FM and ring mod- style effects. The pedal's Momentary mode has also been enhanced.
The Pitch Fork+'s external input can be used with foot controllers to scroll through presets, while its expression input allows for expression or CV control over parameters in the pedal's frequency, glissando and volume sub-menus.
The Electro-Harmonix Pitch Fork+ polyphonic pitch-shifter/harmony pedal is available now - with a standard EHX 9.6DC200mA power supply - for $213.80.
For more info on the pedal, stop on by ehx.com (opens in new tab).
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