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Ok very quick writeup since i didn't do so very much :)
Here's the magical recipe:
And here's what you get for doing
that my friend: it turns out it
bridges the envelope follower for
the "VAS" (Voice Activated Something)
and the motor speed!
... and that means the pitch of whatever you record varies with the volume of it. Which make things kind of awkward, in a neat way. Completely without extra charge!
As an added bonus, this only occurs when you have VAS turned on. If you turn it off, the speed drops down to a whooping 1cm/s or something (didn't measure, but close to two octaves, and normal speed is 4.8cm/s).
Okay,,, audio exaplme pleasPlayes of the guitar
In VAS mode, the volume dial decides the sensitivity, and thus also the pitch wavyness. I play the guitar four times:
- With 0 volume
- With 2 volume
- With 5 volume
- With 10 volume