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Re: Paint Me a Picture

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De : Unit Circle Media <unitcirc@unitcircle.com>
 : Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date : mercredi 29 septembre 1999 02:21
Objet : Re: Paint Me a Picture

>Sorry I'm replying so late, just got back from Europe.  I find block
>diagrams really useful.  It's always interesting to see other people's
>set-ups.  QRD magazine used to have them in every issue and so does Sound
>Collector.  I have some diagrams up of some of my set ups (they are
>different for every show) on my website:
>Kevin Goldsmith kevin@unitcircle.com
>Unit Circle Media http://www.unitcircle.com/
>On Wed, 8 Sep 1999, David Myers wrote:
>> Dpcoffin's Illustrator gear block diagram is an example of one of the
>> things I love about this endeavor.  I use Illustrator myself, but I
>> it's overkill for those who aren't graphics professionals.
>> I think a terrific addition to the Looper's Delight site would be a
>> collection of just such diagrams; looping flowcharts are at least as
>> pertinent to loop technique as any details about loop devices 
>> IMO.  What do you think, Kim?  Or whomever could set up such a thing?
>> not quite web-invested enough to even keep my own site in motion, so I
>> don't volunteer, but if anyone wants to swap block diagrams of their
>> current loop layouts, I have my own (quite the poor cousin of DPC's--his
>> gives me heavy G.A.S.) in Illustrator, and I can save/send as GIF, JPEG,
>> whatever.  One of the things I'll have to get around to putting at my
>> site....
>> David Myers
>> ><<  I am interested in the thread regarding signal path/
>> > gear setup-  >>
>> >
>> >so am i.......i think this would be most helpfull..........michael