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RE: Echoplex manual discussion online

Title: Echoplex manual discussion online
I would participate in this, and I have studied the manual plenty.
The manual is great!  If you like manuals, you'll enjoy studying this one.
I suggest attacking Chapter 4 head on--it's the glossary--and start with "record".
See, the problem is, it's in alphabetical order, so you have to keep going back and forth.  But I think all the info is there.
I look forward with great anticipation to this discussion--
Also to the T shirt, the upgrade and a Repeater (probably in that order).
-----Original Message-----
From: Todd Quincy [mailto:tquincy@sayhhi.com]
Sent: Friday, August 03, 2001 7:31 AM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Echoplex manual discussion online

I may be alone on this, but I don't read manuals. I keep them nearby and refer to them when needed. Thus I never "master" any device, I only grasp key features.

Last night I opened my EDP manual to read about Midi dumps and the like. THis is all new to me and although it was straight forward, I was a bit confused and wished i had someone to ask more about it or show me how they use the feature.

Here's the point. I thought I would propose an EDP manual study on line. Each week we will go over each chapter. This will give everyone in the group a chance to discuss how they use a particular parameter and espicially what equipment.

Not every chapter will of interest to all but for the benefit of all we should go week to week, a chapter at time. My hope is what we all can learn form this will increase our looping experience, I know it will mine.

Also it will make a great acrhives.

Any takers?