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Re: Re:Re: EDP LOOP4 question: Accessing individual loops directly
Why not use 1/2 speed?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Luis Angulo" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 1:52 PM
Subject: Re:Re: EDP LOOP4 question: Accessing individual loops directly
> Andy i have the same config good to hear that! but
> that is an brilliant idea,build an ostinato bass line
> while changing harmonies with the different loops,now
> i want to find a little (non synth) effect that will
> turn my guitar into a bass,what do u use?
> --- a k butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> >Andy is interesting that you program the most
>> >important functions in the top row,you must do a
>> >with more loops triggering,no? but where is your
>> >record button?
>> Well, that's a special bank just for going between
>> loops very rapidly.
>> In that case I have the edp set up so I can (for
>> instance) play a 5
>> note bass line while pressing the buttons along the
>> bottom row,
>> and end up with each bass note assigned to a
>> different switch.
>> mostly I use:-
>> top row
>> 6- Insert
>> 7- Reverse
>> 8- HSp
>> 9- Subst
>> 10 -Mute
>> bottom row
>> 1- rec
>> 2- overdub
>> 3- mult
>> 4 - Undo
>> 5- Nextloop
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