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A life of its own (was Re: Vortex Loops Using Deja Vu B)
Kim Flint writes:
>One time I looped a little sound made by scratching the sixth string of a
>Les Paul with my fingernail, then letting it ring a bit. I reversed it,
>suddenly it was a completely beautiful, mesmerizing noise. Hard to
>it. Sort of a cross between the om sound for meditating and a digeridoo.
That's funny: the last few nights playing with the Vortext, I've spent
quite a lot of time looping sounds made by scratching the strings with
my fingernail, a very stiff pick, a screwdriver, muting the strings
and banging on them with a screwdriver, banging on the strings above
the nut, etc.
On another loopers' tool, I've been having mixed results with my new
ebow. It sometimes takes quite a while for the string to start to
ring, especially when I'm trying to bring out a harmonic that isn't
the octave. Any tips?
- E-bow tips
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