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Towel Over the Speaker as Volume Control ( was Digitech Jamman vs Boss Loopstation)
No, the Loopstation is what it is--and I use mine--but it doesn't make me
From: Jason Fink [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Actually, I think the 'Stereo Volume control' analogy it spot on... it
what I feel looping without feedback control... my Loops are either off
not a good thing for dynamic live looping!
>How about a digital piano with no velocity sensitivity or sustain pedal?
>On 12/29/05, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Your skill at crafting analogies needs work.
>---- Travis Hartnett <email@example.com> wrote:
>After years and years of discussion on desireable features for looping
>devices, it's frustrating to see that publically available information
>go seemingly unheeded by manufacturers. One can produce "something
>worth listening to" with any bit of gear, but imagine if stereo
>manufacturers kept trying to sell you something with only two volume
>settings--"off" and "on". Once you'd seen a stereo with a volume
>control, one without that feature just seems silly, even though you
>could listen to music on it and put a towel or two over the speaker to
>make it quieter.