have thought about placing the vocal tracks on the Repeater or the EDP I guess
it just comes
to being able to switch the input, which could be done with my morley A/B switch. Hopefully
matching wouldn’t be an issue. Also I’m not sure ifI can Mute individual tracks on
Maybe can do
this I have only owned the device for a few weeks know. I guess the advantages
of using the
Repeater for it is that I
can use the repeaters effects loop (which runs through an Eventide Eclipse) to
effect the vocal loops.
Thanks all for advice
-----Original Message----- From: Neil Goldstein
[mailto:email@example.com] Sent:Wednesday, March 06, 2002 To:
Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: RE: vocal looper?
Just curious, why not use
one of the 5 tracks (4+1) on your RPTR and EDP?
I have both and find the
EDP is wonderful for vocals in concert with 'backing tracks' on the RPTR. Or
put vocals on the RPTR (its endlessly fascinating to pitch and or phrase shift
Neil Goldstein Portland, Oregon
-----Original Message----- From: plain jane
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent:Wednesday, March 06, 2002 To:
Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: vocal looper?
Who out there is doing vocal loops
and what are you using to pull it off?
I right know am using a Repeater and
an EDP for percussive and acoustic guitar loops
accordingly. They are both midi
synced as well. But I would like to have a separate looper
that would be footpedal activated to
capture come vocals on the fly. I don’t really want to spend a
mint (like I did on the repeater and
EDP) I was thinking about the Akai Headrush or the Line 6 DL-4. I guess I lean
toward the Akai from what I’ve read. With either of these I don’t
think they have the midi sync capability but I’m not sure that would be a
big problem since the vocal loops wouldn’t last the whole song just short