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Re: How to handle multiple loopers
> This is what really got me hooked on Looping devices, along with
seeing Andy Summers playing a Roland GR-707 and ridiculous effects by
himself on stage...
Did Andy ever put any solo looping stuff on CD?
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert van der Kamp <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2000 4:58 AM
Subject: Re: How to handle multiple loopers
> Phaedebk@aol.com wrote:
> > Robert,
> > Totally matters upon what you are trying to do with the Loopers in
> > question... Really liked what Gary Lucas (of Capt. Beefheart) did with
> > several tape echoplexi, wherein he would create a drone or three on
> > form of rhythmic effect on the second and then a chord progression on
> > third, or would give a second rhythm or drone. Then again, he was
> > doing this as a one man band, and he was using a rather extensive set
> > switch boxes, roughly 5 if my memory serves, along with a pair of
> > pedals, a distortion pedal, and then there was a small rack which he
> > fiddle with from time to time...
> Wow. *That's* a nice setup. Like a band of players. Must be terrible to
> though, all these cables... I was thinking of maybe using a SwitchBlade
> the name), a device that allows one to patch stuff together in a
> fashion. I see now how easy it is to *need* several loopers. Couple of
> > This is what really got me hooked on Looping devices, along with
> > Andy Summers playing a Roland GR-707 and ridiculous effects by himself
> > stage...
> I can easily believe that.
> > Been using a Boomerang and a Zoom 2100 with Expression pedal and
> > really happy thus far, though I'd honestly like to give a DL-4 and/or
> > Echoplex a shot with my current setup.
> I just ordered the MPX-G2 with a 20 secs simple JamMan. As an alternative
> I can use the dual delay, which gives me 2 independent 10 second mono
> Both the JamMan and mono delays in tge G2 have awsome sound quality.
> When the DL-4 audio spec is okay, I might add a DL-4, but I can't get my
> on that spec. :-(
> Thanks for the info. Very inspiring.
> > Tchus,
> > Lee-ohki.
> > PS. On a different note, you may want to check out the sound track for
> > "Serial Experiments Lain (Cyberia Mix)" Released by Pioneer Stereo
> > (ISBN: 4-988102170127) Really good music (mostly techno, but all in
> > great disc.
> > L.