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RE: plex repeater rig..

Mackie 1642 mixer with Aux send 1 to EDP and Aux sends 2 & 3 to Repeater.
All instruments patched into the mixer channels, with EDP and Repeater on
their own channel as well (with caveat to keep those aux sends at zero :-)

In principle, and adapted to what mixer one uses, this seems to be the most
versatile patching scheme by consensus.

Neil Goldstein
Portland, Oregon

> -----Original Message-----
> From: mr monk (by way of William R. Walker,) [mailto:monk@fuse.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 9:34 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: plex repeater rig..
> i'm going to do a few concerts with phil keaggy (i'll post
> details later...)
> and i'm going to re-wire my rack. for the first time i'll have
> the option of
> having both the repeater and the plex in the rack ( the plex just
> back from
> the repair shop after almost a year there....)
> anyone want to share their set-up using both?
> i'm planning on going into the plex (post pedal board) and into
> the pcm-70,
> then into the repeater using two stereo pairs of channels... into the two
> tweed vibrolux amps....
> thanks.
> monk
> My suggestion to you is to give me your virboluxe amps. But seriously, I
> just did a set up consoltation for a looper friend and I routed his 
> like you are doing,with the exception that the master effect is the last
> thing in the chain so you have flexability after the fact to change the
> proccessing of your loops. Give it a shot.
> Bill