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OctaveDown is a 32-bit VST effect for pitching audio down an octave.
Prior to this I have released 2 pitch shifters, but with this one, I have built it as low level as possible in Synthmaker. I have run out of time to make it pitch to whatever desired, but one app which I am looking at is playing bass on a regular guitar.
It is a really minimal design, what possibly makes it novel is that it cuts on zero crossings, there is no envelope on the grain's attack, it cuts straight in.
Also it is only 1 sample delay, as the RAM location is written and read at the same time, there is no swapping buffers.
Hope you find a use for it, it can only get better.
I was trying to set the release to be minimal, but had problems with my delay lines causing clicks.