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Re: panning question

Well, I bought one of the 2100's at $99.99 - with a 5% off bit, after 2-3
day shipping, only $103!

The setup this hopefully wondrous unit will be adjoining to is:

Guitar/Mic/Keyboard ----> Mixer (aux to DigiTech 7.6 loop)
Mixer ----> QuadraVerb+ ----> BSR EQ unit ---> PC in

Suggestions?  I have a feeling that I will be getting a new mixer before
end-of-year... I could use a quieter AUX path, if not a second one!

While we're at it, what's "phantom power"?

Stephen Goodman       * It's the free Loop Of The Week!
EarthLight Productions * http://www.earthlight.net/Studios.html

From: <Nemoguitt@aol.com>
> right now this is how i have things set up
> guitar, mic, keys---------> zoom 2100--------->digitech xp 300
> ---------->                              -----------> marantz 4 trac
> 2)
>              alesis quadraverb 2
> ---------->                              ----------->
boomerang ---------->
> marantz (channel 1)
> this is what i use to get the original loops into the rang, i am using 
> marantz basically as a mixer........this allows me to hear the loop on
> channel 1 and  any new input on channel 2 (using the thru/mute button on
> rang).........now when i go to record this, i take the aux send of the
> and send that thru the xp 300--> Q2 -->
> marantz channel 2.......this way i get the original loop, un-effected in
> channel 1 and the effected loop on channel 2.........now my question is
> short of using the pan knobs on the marantz, is there anyway to get a 
> stereo feel to the mix (a bit more motion) so that the final mix is more
> dynamic.......i just thought of this........
> as the second step:
>                  ---------> marantz---------------------------------->
> marantz channel 1
> boomerang                                                   -------->
> channel 2
>                  aux send-----------> xp300------> Q2
> marantz channel 3
> perhaps using the 2 lines out of the Q2 on the final mix, i might get a
> more movement of the final signal .........i never had these problems way
> back when i was doing peter, paul and mary
> covers.........thanks.........michael
> p.s. i know when i hit the send button on this e-mail all that i have
> will become more convaluted than it already is.......:).......m