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Re: Echoplex manual discussion--how many people use several loops?
I like using two or three loops, building them slowly. I start with
the Roland HD-15 Handsonic and lay down a grove over all loops. On the
second pass I can add a different instument to each loop using the Roland
GR-33. On a third pass I may color a little with either unit and possibly
solo over specific passages. Sometimes I undo parts attempting to keep
audience guessing what is looped and what is not.
I am still in an experimental stage with all my new equipment but it's the
best way I've found to unwind and relax and this discussion online is a
help in getting new ideas!
From: "Gary Lehmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Echoplex manual discussion--how many people use several loops?
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 22:26:51 -0700
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Hi Potential Repeater owners,
I am still up for discussing the manual for the Echoplex with the
members of this list--although Kim and Andre covered a lot of ground with
the thread on "record"! Here's a potential topic for discussion--how many
people use separate loops, as opposed to constructing one big loop? I find
it tough to keep the flow going when improvising if I try to do too much.
Also, how many folks are using prepared audio in their performances--that
is, recording into the Echoplex before a performance and then playing it
back during a live thing?
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