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Awe, that sucks. It looks cool and promising. Thanks for the info.
On Jul 2, 2004, at 6:59 AM, Shane Whitbread wrote:
> The philtre is a excellent post looper fx. The faze just
> I regret buying it.
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> From: "msottilaro" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 2:54 PM
> Subject: Stereo-zation
>> Yup, sorry Stanitarium! I DO LOVE THE STEREO CHORUS SOUND!
>> After playing with the EH-16 a bunch yesterday, I realized that as
>> as being a cool mono looper for playing live, it also sits nicely in
>> studio for extra looping fun. At one point I had asynchronous loops
>> going on the EH-16, Gigadelay (Not true about the tone control, it's
>> neutral when at 12:00) and lastly the 8 sec looper on board the Vox
>> Tonelab SE. I could have had my Repeater going as well, but I didn't
>> want to get greedy!
>> So my question is this: The EH-16 doesn't have the lo-fi "feature" of
>> it's father, but I do notice the monoization of my lush stereo
>> sounds. Again, not a big deal when playing live but in the studio I'm
>> thinking I'd like to be able to post process the output of the EH16.
>> I'd like it to be small and cheap, if possible. I'm thinking of one
>> those cheap little Alesis effects that do stereo modulation. (the
>> Alesis FAZE) Anyone try one of these?
>> Should I hold out for something like a nanoverb? Is the Line6 MM-4
>> worth it? Basically I want mono in, stereo out. Nothing too fancy.