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Add Pitch shift envelope editor without having to use an instance of sample one (Similar to Cubase)

+70 votes
asked Dec 19, 2016 in Studio One Feature Requests by grrrrrant (410 points)
It would be GREAT to have a way to edit the pitch shift envelope of a track without having to bounce a selection and importing it into sample one or any other vst in order to change it's pitch curve.  Please take note from Cubase.  They have a very simple way of right clicking on the audio you wish to edit and selecting [process]>[pitch shift]>[envelope]  This is very helpful when trying to slow down a point in the song or trying to create a tape stop effect.

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+5 votes
answered Dec 20, 2016 by AlexTinsley (902,020 points)
selected Jan 11, 2017 by mattcaprio
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answered Feb 9, 2017 by ThatKiDiV (500 points)
Please and thanks Presonus.
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answered Jan 29, 2018 by jeroenvandenwildenberg (1,140 points)
This is the thing i miss the most in Studio One, I use 3th party plugins now that eat a lot of CPU since it are pitching plugins.
+1 vote
answered Mar 5, 2018 by dotcom12161984 (2,430 points)
yeah i would love to pitch bend AUDIO FILES the same way i can automate pitch while its in a sampler.
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answered Jun 17, 2019 by jasonwilmans (870 points)
How does this only have two votes?