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Re: a bit OT: audio sustain?

... i think any looper with overdub capability will do the trick...
the cheapest being boss rc2... also there are some free sw loopers for
 windows or osx based computers that also could do such thing: mobius
(pc), sooperlooper (osx).


2008/2/10, Lorne Vasquez <stuccoblack@yahoo.com>:
> Howdy y'all
> Yet another lurker surfacing here...
> I was wondering if any of you know of a kind of (loop based?) sustain for
> audio, either hardware or software.  I want to be able to use my voice to
> build tone clusters live, one note at a time.  I'm aware that TC-Helicon
> includes something called "harmony hold" in their VoiceWorksPlus rack 
>but it
> seems to only sustain one note (or generated harmony) at a time while you
> sing or play over it.  Not quite what I'm after.  Any suggestions?
> Thanks!
> Lorne
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