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RE: GR-30 vs Axon NGC-77 (was Re: Expressive MIDI guitar (a looping source!)

Anyone using one of the VG systems I would to hear more about this one.

-----Original Message-----
From: sine@zerocrossing.net [mailto:sine@zerocrossing.net] 
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2003 3:00 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: GR-30 vs Axon NGC-77 (was Re: Expressive MIDI guitar (a
looping source!)

I have to admit that I've never played with the arpeggator much, though
I've seen Bill Walker do really cool stuff with it.  Am I correct in the
fact that the GR-33 arpeggator isn't as good as the 30's?  I have been
playing with the Korg MS8000's arpeggator and that's pretty fun.  The
Roland MC-307 has a pretty good arpeggeator as well.

but, as per my original question...

would I get better tracking with the Axon or is it not worth my time and

Mark Sottilaro

Claude Voit wrote:

> 3 oblique strategies for our bored Mark :=)
> 1- GR sound on
> send some rythmic sequences of (random or not ) program changes to the

> gr3o and play it
> 2- Give the apegiaztor anothe try it is more fun than youd expect
> 3- send the gr sounds in a filter like the 4 pole sequence the filter
> I like my gr
> Claude
> > I've been toying with the idea of replacing my GR-30 with an Axon
> NGC-77 midi
> > converter.  I'm thinking that since I don't use the GR-30 sounds, 
> > I'd
> rather
> > just have a better Hex/midi converter.  Anyone have experience with
> the Axon?
> > Is it worth the extra cash (probably about $200-300 more used) for 
> > the
> Axon or
> > should I stay where I am.  I think the tracking on the GR-30 is
> actually pretty
> > good, I'm just not all that into it's sounds, but that's just my
> opinion.
> > Fripp seems to like them a lot.
> >
> > Mark Sottilaro
> >
> >