On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 3:28 PM, Petri Lahtinen <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Hi Luis
> So you have the new Jamman Stereo?
> I have it too, thought no-one on this list uses it... :-)
> Have you updated the firmware / whats your opinion on JamManager software?
> IMHO it sucks ass, big time.
> It only accepts wav's that I've processed and saved with audacity, something
> to do with the file format, havent solved it yet.
> Been saving my backing tracks with audacity, and the JamManager seems to
> accept them.
> I had a hell of a headache with that when I did my backing tracks on Cubase,
> then saved them to normal PCM 44100 16-bit wav's and that damn thing wouldnt
> accept them,¨
> have you had these problems?
> 2011/1/22 Louie Angulo <email@example.com
>> Bill i never really understood either why stereo looping was so important
>> But now that i have the new digitech stereo looper,man it does make a
>> difference specially when you loop the stereo fx the line 6 m9 has to
>> I know for us guitarrists is maybe not always that important, but
>> Sjaak does beautiful dreamy synth soundscapes where space and dimesion
>> is crucial
>> I remember listening to him and being lost in his sound, it sounded
>> huge and it would be a pity to sacrifice his signal with a mono
>> On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 12:44 AM, William Walker <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> > The HD has a mono in (actually an extra aux in as well but not meant for
>> > stereo apps) , it does have a stereo out, can't say about the looper
>> > though
>> > I assume its mono, I can't for the life of me see how this is terribly
>> > important unless it was a true stereo multi track looper like the LP-1
>> > and
>> > you wanted to pan tracks in the stereo field, or you have a stereo
>> > output
>> > like I assume you do Sjaak and you needed to preserve your imaging.
>> > stereo
>> > is great for studio mix down but in a live situation it can cause
>> > you
>> > phase cancellation issues where, unless you are standing in a sweet
>> > spot,
>> > you might stop being able to hear a crucial element of your mix like
>> > something rhythmic you need to hear. If you gotta have panning or
>> > stereo
>> > imaging this is a workaround: I use an M-9, but I rarely use anything
>> > other
>> > than delays of various types, and the occasional specialty reverbs,
>> > ring
>> > modulator, or filters , so I park the looper in front of other effects
>> > so i
>> > can reprocess it with stereo delays (or any of the M-9's stereo
>> > modulation
>> > effects or panners ) and send it in stereo to the LP-1, then resample
>> > if i
>> > want . Problem solved
>> > Bill
> Petri Lahtinen
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