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Re: EDP input sensitivity (was Next loop copy question)
But Bret, we made such an insanely mind-numbingly earth-shattering noise
yesterday that ya couldn't tell that it was distorted sometimes!
At 02:49 PM 9/16/02 -0700, you wrote:
>High frequencies clip easier on the EDP. Turn the input gain down
>until the distortion goes away. Changing the resistors on the input
>will only change the position of the knop required to get the proper
>signal to the edp. If you turn your input knob down, it can reduce the
>input signal to an appropriate level. Resistor change is not
>necessary, but it may make you feel better about the knob position.
>You can also reposition the know on the potentiometer shaft to point
>however you want, if that matters to you. This input control is just a
>voltage divider, absolute position should not matter as long as you
>have the range you need for your inputs.
>--- Louie Angulo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> sorry i meant increasing the tolerance of the input or
>> decreasing the sensitivity
>> I am curious how far do you have the input normally
>> set? i have it at about 11 o´clock and it still clips.
>> I am running a roland preamp into it but i also own a
>> boomerang which hardly ever clips.It is specially
>> sensitive with bright tones.
>> that doesn't make sense. if you are clipping the
>> > input of the EDP, you want
>> > less gain on the EDP input, not more. Turn down the
>> > EDP input knob to where
>> > it doesn't clip. Or use normal line level outs from
>> > the guitar stuff. If
>> > you are running the loop output back into the same
>> > guitar amp you are
>> > otherwise playing through, expect it to sound like
>> > mush anyway. You are
>> > much better off running the loops through a clean PA
>> > type system.
>> > kim
>> > Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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