Sure can, just reverse the Min and Max values... the Pitch setting merely acts as a kind of 'crossover' which governs at what position (fret) the effect kicks in or out...Sweet! Can this be reversed? I'm trying to mimic an OC3 and thinking I may be able to swap it around....
Not very well... if you're playing polyphonically the pitch tracking gets confused and just tries to track everything so it'll give you an octave up on all strings regardless of where your crossover is...How it could be applied to mimic a 12strings guitar and add effect only to 6-5-4-3 string? Reverting the behavior?
Maybe upload a preset or screenshot, I'd be happy to take a look..It works very well, thanks.
I tried it with an octave below the note E (12 first frets of the low strings)
It works very well too. When I play one note at a time higher of this, I don't hear the octave below but...
When I do two notes at the same time, on the higher strings, It activates an octave below as well.
Do you know what I did wrong?