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Re: Echoplex Input issues.(i think)

Hi Phill,
this is also one of the issues ive had with the EDP
for building soundscapes i think the repeater does
here a better job although ive found a way around the
EDP as well;Set the inputMode loop/delay to in and use
a volume pedal this seems to be a bit more dynamic for
this purpose...

--- lol c <testtubemicro@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> Those who have been following my rather shakey first
> foray into the EDP 
> owning world will know by now that ive been having a
> few problems, well this 
> weekend Ive had no stutters , resets or distorted
> signals, I have however  
> found a new problem.
> I was trying to record a ebow loop which fades in
> from nothing when i 
> noticed that on the recorded loop the ebow comes in
> suddenly and with a 
> distinct beginning (as opposed to a pure fade in
> from 0) the same also 
> happens on the fade out.
> I began to investegate further:
> I recorded a loop with about 2 seconds of silence
> before bringing in 
> (alternate tests) either a guitar volume fade up or
> an ebowed note. I held 
> the note for 4sec and faded out to complete silence
> before defining the 
> loop.
> Same result.
> Is this the "limiter" i have heard mentioned kicking
> in? is there a way 
> around it? are there Input/outpt setings that could
> correct it?(am currantly 
> set 12 oclock both settings which is fine for chords
> etc.
> Im not using any form of limiting and I do get a
> "pure" fade up on the 
> direct signal (and indeed on my DL-4 loops)
> HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>   I guess if it is a "nature of the beast" thing  I
> can live with is to a 
> point (at least its not deffective), but im
> beginnging to get just a little 
> jaded as the the edps reliability and supposed
> quality that made it the one 
> item that i thought i really needed for my looping.
> Yours Hopefully
> Phill
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