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Pitched Based Gate


Not sure if this is possible, but is there a way I could setup a pitch based “gate?. The effect would act like a noise but it would cancel any note above a certain pitch. For example, if I set the pitch threshold to not allow any note above the D string on the guitar, it will automatically mute the G/B/e string.

I know that’s a weird request, but maybe you guys would have some thoughts.


I once tried something similar using a pitch controller modifier with a pitch shift block to emulate octaves on upper strings only, however since a note has the fundamental and harmonics/sub-harmonics it wasn't too successful.

My curiosity is now going to get the better of me and I will try a pitch modifier on gate threshold to see what happens.


This wouldn't remove individual notes from chords. I'm not sure if that's what the OP is describing.

With single notes it's possible, but you'd probably want to modify bypass or volume parameters rather than gate threshold.
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