The MicroPitch Delay houses the company's popular algorithm of the same name – as featured on its H910, H949, and H3000 Harmonizer processors – in a standalone stompbox. It features two pitch-shifters that can be adjusted using “fine-resolution” de-tuning, delay, and modulation – including new positive and negative envelope modulation sources.
The MicroPitch can store up to 127 presets, while five presets can be loaded at the user's feet via the pedal's onboard latching/momentary Active footswitch. Presets can be loaded onto the pedal via the Eventide Device Manager for Mac/Windows or by MIDI.
The pedal's aux switches can be assigned to preset navigation or tap tempo, while any combination of parameters are mappable to expression pedals.
In terms of bypass options, there's buffered, relay, DSP+FX, or kill dry, while MIDI capability is available via USB or TRS.
The Eventide MicroPitch Delay pedal can be pre-ordered now for $279.
For more info on the pedal, stop by eventideaudio.com.
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