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Re: Voretex (was Re: good processor for weird sounds, etc.?)

Thanks to Todd & everyone else for responding. Sometimes the less stuff I 
bring to a session to work with the more interesting sounds & loops 
It is easy to get carried away with all the new hardware..


>From: Todd Pafford <galen@erols.com>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: Voretex (was Re: good processor for weird sounds, etc.?)
>Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 20:54:57 -0500
>On Thu, 31 Jan 2002, Louis Rossi wrote:
> > I'm curious to know where vortex users position their unit..
> > Pre or Post Looping device?  Mixer send, amp effects loop etc etc..
> >
> > Cheers
> > Lou
> >
>My guitar has two sets of pickups, so these two chains are running in
>Guitar (magnetic pickups) -> Compressor -> Distortion -> Vortex -> 
>-> Mixer -> Amp
>Guitar (piezo pickups) -> Compressor -> Vortex -> Mixer -> Amp
>The benefit to putting the looper (essentially) last is that I can loop
>affected sounds, then lay down sounds affected in entirely different ways 
>top.  Granted it'd be nice to have some post-loop processing capabilities,
>but if I can only pick one, it'd have to be pre-loop.
>I really wish the Boomerang was stereo or that I could somehow link two
>together.  My loops really miss the bright clean sound from the piezos, 
>the mags give me more sonic possibilities so they get looped.  I guess 
>soon be time to graduate to and EDP or Repeater.

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