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Re: silly mic idea (was Open mics + Looper + Live=Feedback?)

Oh yeah, how could I forget?  Get an Adrenalinn!  it's another mono to 
stereo devices (one of my big pet peeves) but it's well worth it for 
about $270 retail.  (don't buy it direct at $399!)  I LOVE mine.


On Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at 10:21  AM, Mark Sottilaro wrote:

> I returned my Roland Groove Effects, as I thought it was... I can't put 
> a finger on it, but I didn't like it much.  Couldn't seem to get a big 
> variation of sounds out of it.  For cheap, you might try and Alesis 
> AirFX.  I love mine.  I paid $149, but I think they usually go for $200.
> My wife uses a Korg KAOSS pad, and that baby's a classic for sure.  
> Again, cheap at $219.  I'm VERY psyched about the KAOSS pad II that's 
> been announced (anyone know when that will be released?)  It's 
> especially interesting to me, as it takes a MIDI clock and basis it's 
> effects on the clock.  Will also do beat detect and base the effects on 
> that if you'd like.  I think this might just replace the AirFX and 
> Vortex in my rig.
> Mark
> On Wednesday, April 3, 2002, at 10:01  AM, Michael LaMeyer wrote:
>> oh yeah, i was checking out the cheap roland grooveeffects unit
>> just for incidental stuff like that.  i've wanted to do realtime
>> audio manipulations along the lines of Tuareg ever since i first
>> played with that program.  the 'slicer' is equivalent to the
>> programmable gating function, now i'm just looking for a
>> realtime Recycle ;-)
>> haven't sprung for it though yet, got enough to play with.  what
>> other 'dj oriented' tools are you aware of?  any specific
>> hardware solutions?  i don't want to bring software on a pc to
>> any gigs right now ...
>> mike
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Mark Sottilaro" <sine@zerocrossing.net>
>> To: "Michael LaMeyer" <m.lameyer@verizon.net>
>> Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 12:48 PM
>> Subject: Re: silly mic idea (was Open mics + Looper +
>> Live=Feedback?)
>>> there are lot's of DJ oriented tools that do an effect called
>> "Slicing"
>>> that more or less does what you're describing.  It's pretty
>> cool for an
>>> occasional effect.
>>> Mark