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Re: Volume Pedal Question

So far, the set-up looks like this:

Guitar to VP to DT 2112 to Berringer DeNoiser to EDP to amp.

I'm getting noise (hiss) from the amp and a bit from the 2112, annoying
artifacts from the 2112 and an erratic volume curve from the VP.

I'm want the nice, Real Quiet (low, low hiss factor), violin sound so I can
loop smoothly, evenly and atmospherically w/o building up too much noise.

I'm getting a bit frustrated, but I'm not giving up!  ;-)



At 02:59 PM 8/27/00 -0700, you wrote:
>What is the imput and the output of your vp hooked up to?...STANNER
>>From: Michael Clark <mcl451@airmail.net>
>>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>>Subject: Volume Pedal Question
>>Date: Sun, Aug 27, 2000, 2:32 PM
>>Hello Everyone,
>>With all the hi tech talk that goes on here, my question may seem silly.
>>I'm recording soft, atmospheric, ambient pieces with an EDP and DigiTech
>>I'm using a RFX volume pedal.  One of those cheap deals from Guitar 
>>(is that a hint?). 
>>My problem is that the pedal (or, maybe it's the 2112) isn't "even."  I'm
>>not able to add expression to the sound because the sound may come up to
>>abruptly, or sometimes, not at all.  Are the more expensive pedals
>>significantly better - smoother?  If so, which ones?
>>I've really spent mega time to get things even and responsive.  The quest
>>Any help is appreciated.