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Re: Re[2]: SV: holdsworthian delaze

I know Vernon Reid uses splitters in his rig. I believe there from Uptown
Tech. Located somewhere in NY.
-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Biffle <Mike.Biffle@wj.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>; Paolo
Valladolid <pvallado@waynesworld.ucsd.edu>
Date: Friday, April 17, 1998 5:39 PM
Subject: Re[2]: SV: holdsworthian delaze

>Thomas W. wrote...
>I dont mean to flog a dead(and off topic) horse , but I do have ONE final
>LAST question on this: How did he spilt his guitarsignal into 8 separate
>,to feed the delays?? Isnt there some sort of problem with that sort of
>(i think I read somewhere that its called "loading"  or something.......)
>Paolo wrote...
>There are signal splitters out there that will buffer the signal so that
>the original signal level is maintained.   I can't list specific products
>due to memory failure, but, yes, you can split the signal into many lines
>provided you have the right equipment.
>     Hi all... I use a Rane SM26 which is a 6 channel Splitter / Mixer
>     depending on how you patch it. It was used in a lot of Bradshaw rack
>     systems for just that purpose. It can also send - return (using two
>     channels). It's great for getting gains balanced as well.
>     -Miko