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Re: Need some advice...

I'd say a Repeater with an FCB1010 will solve your problem- I have the
bottom 4 pedals of mine set to mute tracks 1-4 respectively, so you could
do your 'drum' track on tr 1, tritone track on tr2, then just mute track 2
when the time is right, mute the tritone track...............

             "Brittany Frompovich"             To: 
             <ladybassmusic@hotmail.com>       cc:                         
             12/01/2006 02:51 PM               Subject:  Need some 
             Please respond to                                             

Hi gang,

I'm new to the list, and new to looping.  I have a Digitech Jam Man and I
trying to do some solo bass work with it.  I'm having a blast and have
written a few short pieces already.  However, I am running into some
mainly with managing multiple loops.

Here's an example of one problem I am running into.  Take the song Purple
Haze.  I'd like to create a "drum" track using percussive hits on my bass.

That's easy enough.  Then I do an overdub and  add the tritone on the intro

using two handed tapping.  While those two loops are running, I start into
Hendrix's guitar part.

I need to quickly shut down the tritone loop while the drums continue

Is there a way to manage multiple loops with the Digitech Jam man...so that

they all run in sync but I can turn them on and off as needed,
from each other?  I know I can use the undo button, but it takes too long
remove the tritones from the drum part.

If the Digitech Jam Man cannot do this, any recommendations from the group
would be appreciated. (i.e - what  live performance friendly looping
samplers can do independent multi-loop management?)

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Brittany Frompovich

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