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Re: Fast & Trashy, Slow and Chaste
This also suggests one other thing about learning the EDP: Start slowly.
Pick a reasonably simple case and learn it well. (I recommend "Expert" mode
in Loop4 as a starting point since your loop will sustain when not
overdubbing if you don't use a pedal.) Then pick another aspect and add it
to your arsenal. Then another.
I would probably recommend setting Insert to Half Speed or Reverse when
starting out. Many of the insert and replacement techniques take more
to get reasonable timing on and you can frustrate yourself with them if you
are still learning the basics of looping.
If you are programming a MIDI pedal, it might make sense to do it one or
switches at a time and learn those switches well before moving on.
on 8/12/03 10:47 PM, Mark Sottilaro at email@example.com wrote:
> On Tuesday, August 12, 2003, at 08:05 PM, Andre LaFosse wrote:
>> If you know your way around the EDP, then all of this can happen all in
>> a few seconds.
> Exactly. I don't care if you're talking about a fuzz box, and EDP or
> the instrument you run through them, it all comes down to how intimate
> you are with you instrument/gear. For me, the Repeater is part of my
> guitar. Once it felt a little strange, but I don't think about it now.
> Lot's of time is what it took.
> Mark Sottilaro