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Re: Digitech RDS8000 Time Machine, help please.

Both. I have managed to stay relatively ignorant about sampling,  
despite having owned a Casio FZ-1. ;)

Of course I guess you could consider every delay pedal a form of  
sampler, and I sure have had a mess of delay pedals. I'm primarily a  
guitarist, so my hands are usually busy. I have a Radio Shack  
momentary switch which I was planning to use to do the infinite hold,  
but I guess it could do the sample triggering as well.

On Dec 9, 2005, at 8:40 PM, Travis Hartnett wrote:

> Are you wondering about how to trigger a sample from that device, or
> ideas on musical applications thereof?
> TravisH
> On 12/9/05, Ernest Smith <nowsmith@comcast.net> wrote:
>> I just got this in yesterday. It combines the 8 seconds of the PDS
>> 8000 and the modulation of the PDS 20/20. All in a cool brushed
>> aluminum and blue rack unit.
>> I never really used the sample/trigger function on my old PDS 8K, so
>> I'm sure I missed out on some cool sounds. Now that I have the RDS8K,
>> I'd like to figure out how the sample/trigger deal works.
>> Anybody experienced? I've been looking at the online manual, but I'm
>> hoping for some real world suggestions.
>> Thanks.
>> Ernest