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RE: EDP Audio Path

I think they mostly all work like that, to some extent or another. I don't 
think anybody would design a looper in such a way that everybody had to 
it with a mixer for even the most simple applications.


At 10:21 AM 8/15/2001, M. Steven Ginn wrote:
>Thanks Kim.
>Do all looping devices operate in this way, or do some require some type
>of direct path to be maintained so that if looping isn't desired, the
>original sound will be heard?
> > At 06:37 AM 8/15/2001, M. Steven Ginn wrote:
> > >I was wondering, if the EDP is placed in the audio patch in
> > series (for
> > >example, after compresssion and before effects), how is the signal
> > >passed through while the EDP is not being used?  Is it necessary to
> > >have another channel that is unaffected (non-looped) routed
> > around the
> > >EDP so as to bypass the EDP if desired?  Or does the EDP
> > have a bypass
> > >switch like other types of effects processors?
> >
> > there is a direct path and a loop path. the two are mixed
> > together at the
> > output, and the levels of each are controlled by the "Mix"
> > knob on the
> > front. So for simple applications you don't need a mixer.
> > (there are also
> > input and output volume controls.)

Kim Flint                     | Looper's Delight
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