----- Original Message ----- From: "Greg House" <email@example.com> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com> Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 00:04:AM Subject: Re: footswitchable series/parallel signal routing schemes > --- Tim Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I've been trying to come up with a simple way to route > > a couple of loopers so that one footswitch will select > > between running them in parallel, each with their own > > output destination, and with running them in series, > > one (a Headrush) cascaded into another (an RC-20), but > > so far my experiments have been pretty frustrating. > > What about a simple A/B split? For example: > > instrument -> headrush -> A/B box: A -> RC20 -> passive mixer input 1 > A/B box: B -> passive mixer input 2 > > passive mixer out -> other gear -> amp Pretty much the way I do the two Zoom 2100s, in conjunction with the 7.6 Time Machine, which accumulates the outputs of the Zooms and other items via the mixer aux send. I do wish the Rapco AB-100 A/B footswitch didn't have the awful 'standard heavy clicking' switches on it. It's uncomfortable to do without shoes on, and they're bloody loud. Suggestions for the switches themselves perhaps would be in order. Uh, those that are in the UK that is, huh? God, here we go. :P Steve Goodman EarthLight Productions * http://www.earthlight.net/Studios - The Loop of the Week! http://www.earthlight.net/HiddenTrack - Cartoons via Medialine!