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Re: MIDI Tempo based effect processor?

Yeah, I found some info on that last night.  Looks plenty cool, but out 
of my price range right now.  Thanks for the complement!  It was a very 
fun gig to play!  I have to give credit for the Againinator chassis 
design and construction to Valerie.  (also our keyboard player)


Mark Sottilaro

On Monday, March 4, 2002, at 12:45  AM, e o wrote:

> Hey Mark,
> Really fun show you guys put on there!  The Againinator made all the
> difference!  In response to your query (I'm wondering this for myself as
> well), perhaps the TC Fireworx is worthwhile checking into... maybe?  
> It is
> pricey, fer sher.  I'm not sure if it has a vocoder inside.
> e o
> --
> eric oberthaler
> http://www.soundsliketree.com
> (music within)
> On 3/3/02 10:52 PM, "Mark Sottilaro" <sine@zerocrossing.net> wrote:
>> Hey,
>> after lugging two racks of gear down to Loopstock, I found myself 
>> asking
>> the ever new question, "Isn't there a smaller way to do this?"  What 
>> I'm
>> basically hoping for is to replace my MO-FX (tempo based delay, flange
>> and tremolo) and Warp Factory (Vocoder) with one unit, perferably a
>> single rack space number.  Lot's of knobs aren't really all that
>> relevent to me, as a guitarist, presets that I can control via midi are
>> better for me.  Roland makes a cool little number, designed for DJs, 
>> but
>> it's a tabletop number, which isn't the best for my dream of a
>> guitar-rack-amp setup.  Anything like this out there?
>> Mark Sottilaro