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RE: echoplex question

> Not to be contrary (no, really) but there is an easy
> way to do this with a
> MIDI pedal.  End the loop with a message containing
> info to turn on overdub
> and turn down the feedback all the way.  Then end
> the second pass with a
> message containing info to turn off overdub and turn
> up the feedback all the
> way.  Purty elegant and it achieves the desired
> effect--

right, but in a live situation, MIDI isn't all that
practical...i'm talking about performing with a band
and layering a loop over a jam.  i'm looking to this
as easily as possible so that i can easily build my
loop.  i'm going to check out a repeater and an
echoplex and see what is what...i might just stick
with my rc-20 (for my purposes, it seems
fine...especially since i'll have to macguyver up
something to do what i want no matter what machine i'm

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