[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Date Index][Thread Index][Author Index]

Re: best way to split your guitar signal into two EDPs?

At 2:06 PM -0400 4/10/06, mungenast@earthlink.net wrote:
>A nice, cheap DOD Bi-FET pedal into a Y cord. Or try it without the 
>buffer preamp... sometimes a signal can survive being split without 

I think I'll be better off w/ a buffered device, given the amount of 
crap I'm shoving my signal through.

Now I'm thinking I'd like an A/B switch, rather than a splitter. 
Maybe a line driver followed by a passive A/B switch?

Here's what I have in mind:  I've gotten into a new practice of 
creating a sort of "cloud" loop with swelling sounds of an arbitrary 
duration, using the RC-20XL.  I'd like to be able to get that going, 
then switch over to the EDP for an independent loop structure that 
will float above the cloud.  So I need to address each looper 
separately, then combine their signals later.  I have the other end 
figured out, but how to split the signal properly is my new question.


David Gans - david@trufun.com or david@gdhour.com
Truth and Fun, Inc., 484 Lake Park Ave. #102, Oakland CA 94610-2730
Blog:  http://playback.trufun.com