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Re: How do you chain your Effects?
*grin ... blame it all on Darrell Burgan (http://www.stillstream.com
) and Andy Butler ...
Stephen Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Beware. This man uses 4 Vortexes (Vortices?) !!!!
Dennis Moser <
My chain is as follows:
Guitar (Acoustic/Electric/MIDI-out) => GR-20 => GR-20 Stereo Out =>Lexicon Vortex #1 => Vortex #2 => Vortex #3 => Lexicon MP200 => Boss DD-20 GigaDelay #1 => DD-20 #2 => Vortex #4 => Mixer => PA
The loop is always wet. No, I take that back ... it's totally soaked.
On Dec 10, 2007 5:48 PM, Buzap Buzap <
since I've been discussing about effects lately: how do you actually chain your effects?
I usually do it like this:
Mic -> Mixer -> FX -> Mixer (Volume/Panning L/R) -> Looper -> PA
Rarely, I also send the Aux Outs of my RC-50 thru effects again.
Of course you could probably have a sophisticated setup like this:
Instrument -> i.e. Guitar FX pedals -> Looper -> additional FX (
i.e. KaossPad) --> on final mix some master fx (i.e. reverb)
But in general:
Where do you usually add effects?
Do you mostly loop your _dry_ or _wet_ signal?
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