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Re: Loopers-Delight-d Digest V01 #669

In a message dated 15/11/01 14:22:51 GMT Standard Time, 
Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com writes:

> > want is a waldorf x-pole but they no longer make them. I am also
>  > looking at the MAM warp nine. i was wondering if anyone had any
>  > experiance with these units

The Warp9 is the filter from the old Wasp mini-synth, with a lot of 
Not easy to set up patches, and not all that easy to access them without 
Although you can save 32 patches which are then easy to call with MIDI 
program change.
Quirky sounding, without a great frequency range.
Some excellent sounds if you take the time to set them up.
(do you like readding manuals)
...but really will make guitar sound like an analog synth 

Best value filter? Get a Behringer Modulizer.
You can sweep the frequency(or anything else) from MIDI. 
Good sounding ( hard in comparison to the warp9, which is kind of "soft")
Good frequency range.(sweep down to nothing)
+ lots of other FX 

andy butler