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Re: Looping Setup/Matthias Comments
FIRST DAVE AT SEVENTEEN (ME) SAID:
>>>The other is the 24-bit processer (TSR-24S) which has great sounding
>>>choruses, phase shifters, pitch shifters, you name it....but the trick
>>>here is the use of
>>>the continuous MIDI controller pedal. With one simple pedal I can take
>>>gradually bring it from a "dry" state into a huge cavern. Or vary the
>>>speed of left to
>>>right pan from very slow to incredibly fast. The CC can be assigned to
>>>parameter....mix, reverb level, chorus speed, anything you want.
THEN SOMEONE ELSE SAID:
>>I'm not familiar (yet) with MIDI controllable eeffects, but I assume
>>that each controllable parameter is a different "channel" or
>>something, so that if you had enough controllers to mangle, you could
>>hack them all at oncee.
THEN MATTHIAS SAID:
>I also work a lot with the control of the size of the artificial room
>(=reverb time) while playing. I think the listener ends up really living
>this room, and you can suggest to him that he has loads of space to stay
>peace or you can give him claustrophobia in a cabinet and he will suffer
>there. The change between these two extremes brings the contraction
>relaxation movement that helps us to really solve problems and relax.
ABSOLUTELY. I LOVE SUDDEN AND EXTREME CHANGES TO THE "ROOM" YOU ARE IN.
SHOCK VALUE< BUT MUSICAL...
>I have a Mitigator PCB that accepts 4 input voltages, coming from faders I
>operate by foot. One is constantely on the reverb time of the PCM90,
>another two for the characteristics of the effect on the PCM80 (depends on
>the program, usually one Mix, the other Pitch or modulation rate) and the
>forth for the FeedBack of the Plex.
I'VE JUST (FOR THE 100th time) REBUILT MY PEDALBOARD AND REROUTED
EVERYTHING. DETAILS WILL FOLLOWS WHEN TIME PERMITS, BUT NOW I HAVE THE
OF BOTH WORLDS: I CAN LOOP "EFFECTED" SOUNDS AND THEN "EFFECT" MY ENTIRE
LOOP. BIG FUN HERE AT 17...
KEEP ON LOOPING!
dave @ 17
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