I’ve Been Converted from 3 Tones to Square Pitch

Iron Buzz

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Pitch tone can be square or pwm.
Beach program P is pitch by default. I think relic program is also.
Tone (audio) type can be square or pwm. I can agree with that.

Pitch, is a mode, as Deus uses it, that refers to a sound that instead of rising or falling (in pitch) by the conductivity of the target, rises and falls by how close the target is to the coil.

I continue to maintain that those are entirely separate things.

Here... let's see what the manual says:

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Tone (audio) type can be square or pwm. I can agree with that.

Pitch, is a mode, as Deus uses it, that refers to a sound that instead of rising or falling (in pitch) by the conductivity of the target, rises and falls by how close the target is to the coil.

I continue to maintain that those are entirely separate things.

Here... let's see what the manual says:

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So if using pitch would you use square or PWM? Pitch would use one or the other.
 

Iron Buzz

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So if using pitch would you use square or PWM? Pitch would use one or the other.
You can use either one, although I've found that it doesn't make much of a difference with pitch which Audio Type you use. The difference is pretty subtle if you ask me.
 

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