Hi Rune,I also hope it is still OK to ask questions on this list(and many thanks to great people like Per Boysen, Rick Walker, Kim Flintand the many others who always took time and patience to givevery helpful and friendly replies),because that's what I like this list for, the possibility of sharing with others;if I can learn something the quick (and friendly) way that can save me hoursthrough manuals I'll appreciate and will no doubt go back to the manual laterfor a better understanding, but if I can get a tip that willsave me days of reading, (and Kim did that for me when I was begining with the EDP),I'll also be able to move faster and learn more;I don't believe that "if it was hard for me to learn it should be hard for you".but of course, I am not an " 'A' class VIP loopist " (ha ha ha),I just enjoy making music and sharing it friendly with people,and (shame !!) I even play blues sometimes and ... enjoy it !!but again, maybe I am on the wrong list ...so I hope you enjoy your "toys" and making your music Rune,and you'll share some with us :-))all the bestFrancois-----Message d'origine-----
De : rune fagereng [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : dimanche 26 mars 2006 20:01
À : Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Objet : Vedr. Re: FCB 1010-Tc2290-and-RepeaterHi !I guess your right, Claude. But I hope its ok to ask questions too !best regards of Rune "the Blues-looper"
claude voit <email@example.com> skrev:Rune
all the "Real" and fantastic loppers/musicians that you can interact with
on this Looper-delight web site have read all their manuals from bottom to
top and back, they know every midi trick from heart, dream of vcf curves,
sysex checksum, and drop down menus every night.
so do you want to join the "A" looper VIP club ?
or be the regular looping "fan" with factory presets ?
there are no shortcuts to knowing your tools and it takes being patient,
reading manuals, trying, being patient, reading manuals, trying again etc
dont be lazy or go back to playing blues or whatever
From: rune fagereng
I have just bought FCB1010 midi-pedalboard, the Repeater, and a TC 2290
delay. All this gear and midi are new to me. I hope to use the FCB to
controll the Repeater and the TC.
Does anyone have somthing written to help me getting started, or do I have
to read all those big manuals ?
I hope to use the FCB expression pedals to controll the feedback on the
repeater and the TC. I have read that this is possible on the repeater.
Is it possible to controll feedback (kind of Fripp) with expression-pedal
also on the TC 2290 ?
best regards Rune F