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Re: Why use 2 loopers?
"Brian Carabee" <firstname.lastname@example.org> inquired:
> Exactly why and how does one go about using two seperate looping devices?
> Maybe someone can explain to me the way they are used together (FWIW, I'm
> Also, is there a list of great looping recordings out there? I'd like to
> hear what other people are doing.
I be also guitarist primarily! As the chart will show I've got THREE, the
Digitech 7.6 "Time Machine", and a pair of Zoom 2100's.
I have the Zoom 2100's on an A/B switch for changing destination of input,
with the twin stereo outs to the mixer (Mackie 1202VLZ). The 7.6 is a
catch-all attached to the Aux Send/Receive on the Mackie. I use the 7.6
with a pair of Boss footswitches, one opens/closes the loop, the other
the loop (which is convenient as hell). Of course the 2100's can do that
lovely 32-second loop record (though no sound-on-sound in that mode), and a
good tape loop simulation in another mode. This enables several different
ways of use, providing anything from sparse counterpoints to dense
"soundscapes"-style textures between the two, which can then be put into
7.6 unit as desired.
And, no, I don't like to have to change settings on the fly, or in
mid-piece, but rather set such up before hand, and then execute.
So the "why" of it would, I suppose, be that it's a bit like having more
than one palette, as well as primary and final canvasses.
Any news about the London Looping thang?
* EarthLight Productions