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Re: Echoplex power use was Re: echoplex question

That kinda helps- thanks.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jonathan El-Bizri" <ssrndpty@hotmail.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2002 3:51 PM
Subject: Echoplex power use was Re: echoplex question

> > I don't have a midi pedal and I can't quite understand how this works-
> could
> > you explain it differently?
> >
> > Cliff
> If  I understand corrrectly, it's a sophisticated, and musical trick, 
> worth of keeping track of, and adding to the looper's delight tips and
> tricks.
> 1. You record your loop, go straight into overdub, with no feedback of 
> original signal. Consequently, the original loop plays back only once.
> 2. Since you are in overdub, you are still recording, so you can lay down
> the second layer of the loop imediately.
> 3. Before the loop starts again, and after any of the first layer has
> finished, you turn the feedback back up. Voila, the first loop is gone,
> second loop plays on. Excellent.
> You don't need midi to do it, if you stay in overdub mode - just control
> over the feedback. Basicly, just make sure feedback stays at zero during
> last repeat of the first layer, while you are recording the new stuff, 
> then goes back to full when the loop starts again.
> It doesn't have to be a 'fresh' loop either; you should be able to pull
> off in the middle of a set. This is a very musical way to make a
> though everything would have to make harmonic sense (whatever harmonic
> means to you at the time), since it would be playing together for one
> > > PS  Have I mentioned recently that my looper can kick your looper's
> > up
> > > and down the street?
> > > PPS  I still want a Repeater.
> Which one? :>
> It sure sounds to me like your echoplex can kick my echoplex's butt up 
> down the street, in midi sync :>
> bIz
> sserendipity: electronica/organica/loops
> Next gig: March 4th @ 26mix (26th and mission) 9:30pm