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Re: Vortex Questions
Thanks for the help. Before, I mistakenly thought the mod fx level
controlled the mix between the wet and dry sounds of the un-delayed
I didn't realize it acted as an actual level control. I can pretty much do
what I wanted now.
From: Sean T Barrett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Monday, December 08, 1997 2:17 AM
Subject: Re: Vortex Questions
>>1. Is there any way to configure an effect so that I can have only my =
>>echoes heard and no input signal? Most of the effects still have the =
>>input signal when the Mix level is set at 64.
>Try setting mod fx level to 0 and echo fx level to 64.
>This gives you what you want on 90% of the effects. The
>idea of the vortex is that's a "chorusy echo"; mod fx level
>controls "direct" chorusy sounds, and echo fx level controls
>the echoes. So if you don't want the "direct" chorusy sounds,
>turn down mod fx level.
>Looking at the charts, the exceptions I see:
>it looks like Atmosphere B is fine as is, and you need
>mod fx level non-zero to hear echoes. Shadow B
>can't be configured to give only echoes. Choir B only
>has echoes in general, and mod fx level selects modulated
>eches whereas echo fx selects clean echoes. Mosaic B,
>due to the bug I posted before, probably won't be very
>interesting with mod fx level at 0.