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Re: DFX94 4 second sampler - One for the archives
HOW TO USE THE DFX-94 FOR LOOPING:
Most delay functions are pretty self-explanatory, so I'll
assume you mean how to use it for sampling, and then
triggering the sample during performance.
Here we go (with the manual in front of me):
1. Select the SAMPLE position on the RANGE/MODE switch.
In this mode the BYPASS fotswitch becomes the SAMPLE
2. Adjust the amount of delay time you want with the
3. When you're ready to sample, tap the footswitch.
The INFINITE REPEAT/SAMPLE LED light will go *OUT*.
The unit is *now* sampling whatever you play into it.
The LED comes back *ON* when the sample record time is
done. (If you're plaing along at home, the unit is
finished sampling what ever you played into it).
4. Select the TRIGGER position on the RANGE/MODE switch. In
this mode the BYPASS footswitch becomes the SAMPLE
TRIGGER footswitch only. The unit is now ready for
5. Whenever you want to TRIGGER the playback of
your recorded sample sound, tap the footswitch.
With practice (trial and lots of error), by putting
the unit into and out of SAMPLE RECORD for one cycle,
you can layer more lines onto the previously sampled
sound (after a while though, quality deteriorates).
After recording a sampled sound, you can also turn the
RANGE/MODE switch to INFINITE REPEAT and play back a
repeating loop (the whole point, right?) of your
That should help, I hope.
- Larry T
From: JTstudio66@aol.com <JTstudio66@aol.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Wednesday, February 02, 2000 2:13 PM
Subject: DFX94 4 second sampler
>Anyone have any advise on using a DOD DFX94 4 second delay/sampler? I just
>got a hold of one and am new to sampling so any info would help out.