] [Thread Prev
Re: Guitarists-How do you hook up your equipment with the Repeater?
I found the Repeater did it's best (and hid it's short
commings) when it was in the effects loop of a decent
mixer. I have a cheap soundcraft that works pretty
well and an even cheaper Behringer that I used to take
out to gigs.
I think a lot of people's complaints about the
Repeater's noise floor came from people who used the
front instrument input and/or plugged the output into
a guitar amp of some sort. I'm sure the Repeater
doesn't have the best S/R but hooked up correctly it
was pretty decent. (there's also a mod which will get
you a few more db of dynamic range)
In my Repeater's loop was a Korg KAOSS pad and a dbx
stereo compressor/expander. The KAOSS pad was for
pure loop mangleage and the dbx was to reign it in
when it got a bit too out of control as the KP-2 can
Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around