pantomimeHorse wrote:I use DSP-Quattro when I need this effect (rarely).
Placing a pitch curve AND a tempo curve over the audio
region is the only solution. When you stop and think what is
actually going on when a turntable slows, this is logical and I
would presume that the DiFi algorithm emulates this the same
pantomimeHorse wrote:I will bow to mtec's knowledge of LP9, if it achieves the effect.
@David: A pitch bend, however executed, cannot emulate a
tempo curve, though, can it ? When you slow a deck, you are
getting a combination of the two. That is probably why the OP
expressed dissatisfaction with the result.
exiquio wrote:Does anyone know how to create the record stopping effect in Logic 8 without having to resort to any kind of pitch bend sort of thing?
involver wrote:Pantomime horse:
I don't see why you can't do it with pitch bend. When a record slows down the speed of playback also slows down and as a result the pitch also changes. Exactly the same thing happens with the EXS24 (it does not have any time-stretching algorithms).
(The things to change to make it sound authentic are the automation curve and the pitch bend range.)
fader8 wrote:hould work fine. You just have to get the duration and deceleration (curve) to suit your taste. David's suggestion of ganging more than one pitch bend mod in EXS is probably necessary, I would think.
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