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Re: Jam Man Noise

After months of dust, I've taken out my Jamman and connected to my studio
gear, to be able to record some loop lines. Have aybody experienced some
hiss in delay mode? with high feedback values it makes the unit unusable...


At 18.40 16/04/99 -0700, you wrote:
>Thanks for the info Kim-
>Kim Flint wrote:
>> At 10:54 PM -0700 4/15/99, Clifford Novey wrote:
>> >
>> >Also- the intelligent dialog on this list is great- Kim got it goin' on
>> >too- props! ;) I think it is pretty damn unique that we get to har from
>> >and interact with one of the creators of something we all treasure so- 
>> >never got to talk to the designers of my Kawasaki or any of the 
>> >that built my guitars!
>> Actually, all three of us echoplex people (aurisis research, really) 
>are on
>> the list. Eric never posts at all, but Matthias does - he's the main 
>> Also, Motley, from Boomerang is here, and chimes in sometimes. Bob 
>> and Greg Hogan of Lexicon used to be on the list, but haven't been 
>> People from a variety of other companies lurk here too, tc, korg, 
>> emu, various others. Yes, virginia, there are real people on the other 
>> of the wall who make this stuff. Mostly just regular musicians like you
>> with some electronics knowledge, passion, and crazy dreams. You do it
>> because you love it, it sure doesn't make you rich!
>> >Although hearing that the EDP has CS software
>> >makes me cringe- my cheap Midiman sound card uses CS drivers and every
>> >so often the dissappear and need to be reinstalled- although it is more
>> >than likely my system- I just don't like independent software coupled
>> >with different brand hardware- call me ignorant- se' la vie'-
>> no no, it's a completely different thing from a PC soundcard situation. 
>> Echoplex uses a chip from Crystal, who makes some of the best digital 
>> parts. There's no driver from Crystal or anything like that. Our 
>> just communicates directly with the chip to transfer the digital audio 
>> and out of memory. (same as it communicates with other chips on the
>> board...)  Nothin' to worry about there, this stuff is all completely
>> invisible to the user...
>> kim
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