Woah - I hope you didn't mean that because no-one replied within 90 mins. Some of us have to eat and sleep you know...well... that was a waste of time it seems...
Well no... the reason I said that was the second I posted the original thread everyone posted a response right away and when I quickly followed up they didn't seem to have anything else to say.. no offense meant to anyone of course but it seems the people here are more interested in larger scale projects. I would also seem to think that even if they were not interested in my tiny project, I could at least get some suggestions on where I could maybe go to get help for these... where are the small scale project forums? Where's the guy in his garage that wouldn't mind piecing something together for me one afternoon and not charging an arm and a leg to do it?Woah - I hope you didn't mean that because no-one replied within 90 mins. Some of us have to eat and sleep you know...
I'm not sure why it would be "shady" but I do know this one is not easy at all....
but another thing I want and I know this sounds shady but it's not meant to be. Is a pitch control for the mic on a headset with a 3/32 jack... I would need the signal split (mic and ear) so the mic could run through the pitch adjustments and then merged back into a 3/32 male jack with the headset.
Is there a way to use a normal microphone (battery powered) and run it through a pitch shift pedal such as the BOSS PS-5 (which I already own)... even though it is AC and then convert it back to a DC signal that could be merged as I mentioned?I'm not sure why it would be "shady" but I do know this one is not easy at all.
Real-time pitch changing of audio, even mono audio, is very difficult and requires some pretty involved digital signal processing. The audio is converted to digital, processed by a math algorithm in a DSP micro, then converted back to analogue again. It's probably a multi-chip solution involving some very skilled math and DSP programming. That's probably thousands of $$ in design time IF you find someone cheap.
Yep the Boss effects pedal already has the clever DSP processor built in and will do the pitch shifting for you.
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