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Re: Solution for Stereo EDPs and Timing Drift: Three Critical Parameter Settings

I've got a stereo signal (thanks to the Vortex). That's pre-EDP. I'm 
even prepared to have my loops in mono. It helps distinguish them from 
the new stuff. The thing that bothers me is that there isn't a good way 
to integrate an EDP into an otherwise stereo signal path without either 
expending space on a mixer or going to 2 EDPs and giving up threshold 

As I understand it, the Jamman nicely did the following:

        L --------------------------------- L
                   \                           /
                    ------ Delay -----
                   /                           \
        R --------------------------------- R

So, no stereo loops but your signal stays stereo. I'm reasonably 
certain the Echo Pro does this as well.


On Sep 16, 2004, at 8:55 PM, David Kirkdorffer wrote:

> If you want to use one EDP...try using a short stereo delay and a 
> stereo
> reverb - it will add space.