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Re: Punch-In silence
Rainer, i think i understand what you´re saying. but if i´m correct (i have a dl4) controlling the feedback i would affect the whole loop or if it is a little bit it would be progressive (because of the pedal controller).
is there another way of doing this but more in a "destructive" way?
what i really want is to add tiny, real short, pieces or bits of silence to an already sounding loop. something like "deconstructing" or un-loop.
On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 1:20 PM, Rainer Straschill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
about any looper which allows you to control feedback (either primary
or secondary, to stick with EDP terminology) would allow you to do a
substitute-style punchin of silence.
Things in stompbox format which come to mind: Boss DD20, Digitech PDS series.
I cannot recommend the DD20 often enough. The looper mode (called
sound on sound) is crap, but the delay effects are great fun!
There are a lot of very distinguished DD20 users on this list, and
you'll find a lot of experiences both in the archives and in the
"Tools of the Trade" section on www.loopers-delight.com