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Re: EDP problem

Sure, buy a jamman.
--- Matthias Grob <matthias@grob.org> wrote:
> >I have a question.  It happened to me twice
> already: I was on the stage,
> >announced the next composition, and started
> playing.  My EDP was set:
> >feedback half, overdub on, loop about 2sec.  The
> EDP, however, ignored the
> >feedback knob and kept overdubing, like if feedback
> was on max.  I deleted
> >the loop and started again.  The same like before,
> the EDP ignored the the
> >knob.  I restarted the Echoplex.  And the same over
> again.  Finally, I
> >turned the knob to minimum and recorded a short
> loop.  Then half feedback
> >again, and then it was fine.  Since this whole
> operation was happening
> >right on stage, you can imagine how frustrating it
> was. Any advice to
> >avoid this problem next time?
> >
> >I am sorry if anything related to this was
> discussed recently here and I
> >overlooked it.
> Looks just as if the unit had received a MIDI feed
> back command and then
> only listened to the front knob again when you moved
> it.
> As you discovered, turning the FB knob a little is a
> save remedy.

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