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Re: EDP hardware (2 EDPs)

>  > good to hear. I'm think about investing in another EDP. are you 
>going stereo
>>  or serial with your EDP's?
>>  br, Pedro
>Parallel. My plan (not yet hooked up) is to Y-cable the send to the EDPs 
>then bring them back on separate channels into the mixer. My plan is to 
>record to one at a time. With a certain amount of mixer fiddling, that
>configuration should actually allow me to send from one EDP to the other.
>I'd originally figured that if I were getting a second EDP, it would be 
>stereo. Now that I've got a reasonable mixer, I'm finding that stereo 
>aren't as critical since I've got other things going on that can stereoize
>the signal.
>Stereo mixboard sends are also a pain to manage in my experience. The one
>effect that I am running in stereo is my DL8000R because I want to take 
>advantage of crossfeed delay effects. To do that, however, I'm using one 
>my submixes.

I just set up for this again. I had it years ago and was not quite 
ripe, musically.
And just like you, I thought stereo was more important, and now 
changed my mind.

Do you use just one Pedal board, switched?
I just feel like having the FB controlled for both simultaneously, 
sometimes, or Mute, but not Overdub... the solution may be MIDI once 

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