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Re: Zipper Noise, an example

Zipper effects, aside, Excellent composition!  Do you have the rest  
of that piece for download somewhere?


On Feb 27, 2007, at 7:09 AM, Per Boysen wrote:

> Following the "Zipper Noise" discussions (and other looping related  
> topics) I recorded this short clip this morning:
> http://www.looproom.com/audio/Screening.mp3
> You hear the zipper noise (of the TC Electronix FireworX) when I  
> use the MIDI expression pedal to adjust the volume, something you  
> do a lot when playing guitar (but never with wind instruments).  
> It's a little annoying but not that bad that I wouldn't use the  
> volume pedal at concert. Strange thing is that when I use a MIDI  
> expression pedal to adjust the beat sync tempo division for the LFO  
> bound filter (on the reverb return) there is no such noise.
> This short song also demonstrates some things I think are cool with  
> Mobius. Like for example the Shuffle function (cuts up the loop in  
> segments, re-orders or reverses the segments). Here the Shuffle is  
> very "stuttery" because the loop was first created with "8ths Per  
> Cycle = 12" (yes, it's a waltz) but before kicking the Shuffle  
> button I changed that to "8ths Per Cycle = 48" to have the loop cut  
> up in shorter segments. Also, two "Time Warp" scripts are used at  
> the end (goes into Overdub and then jumps between different  
> settings of Rate Shift). And finally, the infinite Undo is used to  
> step back from that chaotic part I rambled into just before the end.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
> www.looproom.com (international)
> http://tinyurl.com/2kek7h (latest music release)