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RE: The Big(ish) Idea
Aha, now that is something I haven't seen in years. I used to have and
electro harmonix mechanical pedal just like this, that I now file in the
"kick myself for getting rid" of department. Very cool, Bill
From: murkie [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 4:28 PM
Subject: RE: The Big(ish) Idea
Here's a solution for the bend and rotate routine. For the tweaker in all
From: Luis Angulo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 7:02 PM
Subject: re: The Big(ish) Idea
Rick great tip man,ive been recently getting into the
DL4 since i am doing band rock gigs using an amp guitar and very basic
efxs.I must admit the DL4 can do more than meets the eye,but it would be
killer if it had a button to go from preset mode to loop mode,instead of
bending to rotate i wonder if that would be complex to build into it?
> One of the techniques that I use with my line 6 pedal is putting it
> into record and then really rapidly, but randomly hitting the button
> that has the forward/reverse/half speed/double speed funtion.
> When I truncate the loop it then has these little random chunks of
> backwards/forwards/1/2 speed/double time.
> If I make this as some kind of melodic drone it provides a random loop
> that is nonetheless harmonically consonant with whatever I lay on top
> of it.
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