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Re: repeater question

Pardon my ignorance ...... What is an EDP and who makes it?

Doug Cox wrote:

> First, let me say that I hope you understand I was only trying to 
> I hold you in such high regard, that it makes my stomach sour to think 
> you *might* have perceived me as being "difficult"!!! :)
> >
> > >Maybe I misunderstood what you said?  Just wanted to make sure that 
> > >poster had a good understanding of the EDP's capabilities.
> > thanks; you've reminded me to re-investigate other modes of
> EDP-functionality.
> quickly fading loops (low feedback rates) are something I play with alot 
> my EDP.  I'm able to evolve the loop into new places faster.  When/if I 
> to place I want to hold on to for a bit, I just crank the feedback to 
> at that point.  I'm sure I'm not telling you anything you don't know!! :)
> >From your other msg:
> >It's a bit different than working an EDP.
> truth!
> they are indeed *great*, together.
> Any hints about how you have the EDP and Repeater setup together?  Are 
> using the EDP to create multi-layered textures that you then feed into 
> of the 4 "tracks" on the Repeater?  I'd love to hear more about how 
> using them together.
> Doug