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Re: RC-50 -feedback- :-)))

I'll have to try this out myself later today. So far, I've been happy with 
my RC-50. It's not an EDP but it's an intermediate step to it. 
Paul Richards

---- Buzap Buzap <buzap@gmx.net> wrote: 
> Hi folks
> >Anyway, I tried your solution for feedback 
> >and it works great; I don't see what the hubub is about.
> this is from s.o. not from the list - was pleased to read this :-))
> Buzap
> ----------------
> Hi Buzap,
> My name's ----.  I just bought an RC-50 a few days ago and have been 
> playing with it and also checking out the LD mailing list archive on the 
> subject.  Not quite ready to subscribe, but thought a direct email to 
> you would be OK (I hope).  Anyway, I tried your solution for feedback 
> and it works great; I don't see what the hubub is about.  I set the 
> global 'input out' to "Main", ran the sub to aux and that allows me to 
> use the aux volume control to set the feedback level (no need for a 
> mixer).  I settled on aux knob value 4 for a nice decay.  In 
> overdub=replace mode, that gives me about 3-4 repeats of the loop before 
> it fades too low to distinguish.  What's really nice is that I set the 
> "rythm" loop on phrase 1 and then do overdubbing on 2 and 3, going back 
> and forth between the two.
> Anyway, I didn't want to make a big deal about it; just wanted to 
> confirm that your solution is the best.  One jumper, one global setting 
> and adjustable feedback via the aux volume; works for me. 
> ---- -----
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