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Reviewed By Carmelious [read all by] on 15th October 2017
Version reviewed: 1.0.1 on Windows.
Last edited by newkulturstudios on 15th October 2017.
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Sounds like a cool effect, will not bring down octave. Added octaves will be on left and source on right, why? Also, will probably only work on a single note because you have to manually adjust the freq.

**Solutions for these issues have been addressed below. Please read the next post.**

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15 October 2017 at 5:55pmnewkulturstudios

Hello Carmelious,
Thanks for your interest. The reason you are encountering an issue with wet and dry signals being separated by channel is that the OC-D2 is a mono-channel plug-in. You should see any mono plug-ins operate the same way in your host program.
Despite my mention of this in the plug-in's description on this site and my own website, I have encountered a few people over the years that have still reported this as a "bug". Therefor I have now uploaded a dual-channel-interfaced version of the plug-in on the download file. Please uninstall the plug-in on your computer, download this new installer, and use the dual channel version instead. Your issue will be solved.

I am a bit confused when you say that the OC-D2 "will not bring down octave", but then go on to say that the "added octaves will be on left". Could you please expand on what you mean? Is it only sometimes generating the lower octave signal?

With regards to the last of your comments (single note operation), the OC-D2, just like the octave divider pedals that it is based off of, is a signal generator that bases its pitch from the incoming signal's fundamental frequency, which is determined through low-pass filtering and zero-crossing detection. It is for this reason that stereo and polyphonic material will not be detected accurately, and therefor not supported by this plug-in. It is intended for use on only 1 monophonic (single notes, no chords) instrument per instance. It is not intended, nor will it work accurately, for use with a stereo mix of instruments. When used with such intended source material, the user-adjustable low-pass filter should be sufficient to accurately detect pitch as well as or better than the hardware pedals the OC-D2 is based off of.

If you have any additional concerns or issues, please feel free to contact me directly (via the email address I have provided in the Read Me file) prior to posting on this site as a bug. I would be happy to assist!

-Chris Hooker.

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