Meris Hedra 500 Series 3-Voice Rhythmic Pitch Shifter Module

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• Premium quality 24 bit A/D and D/A

• 32 Bit floating point DSP hardware

• -116 dB Signal to Noise Ratio (typical)

• Premium low noise Analog signal path throughout

• Burr-Brown precision balanced input and output drivers

• Stereo and Surround Linkable

• 100% Analog bypass

3-Voice Rhythmic Pitch Shifter

• Selectable Pitch Correction Types to Re-Voice your Melodies in RealTime

• Hard Stepped Pitch Correction available

• Individual Controls for Pitch and Time Offset for each Voice (3 Voices Total)

• Micro Tune control creates gentle chorus-like detuning, classic studio fattening, and extreme warping

• Chromatic or Key Driven Harmony with Selectable Scale Types

• 520 mS tap tempo synced delay with selectable pitch feedback

• Our Original Glide Mode slides between pitches at the speed you choose

• Choice to sweep through Intervals smoothly or hard step for dramatic pitch effects

• Switchable Half Speed and Auto Swell for advanced textures

• Digitally controlled Analog mix control

• Premium analog signal path and 24-bit AD/DA w/32 bit floating point DSP

• Balanced I/O, extremely low noise floor and high headroom for a pristine studio signal path

• Color – raw brushed aluminum with clear coat

• Designed and built in Los Angeles, California U.S.A.

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