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RE: EDP Howto Loop Guide
If you looking for a guide Andre's Echoplex Anaysis Page is a fabulous
resource for just getting started with the EDP
Heck of a generous and informative guy too bad he got ticked off and left
From: Travis Hartnett [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 01, 2004 5:32 PM
Subject: Re: EDP Manual Organization
That's a significant project.
Do you have a few specific things you know you'd like to do but can't quite
figure out? Getting a step-by-step to a few things is more likely and will
probably spark a bunch of "ah hah!" moments for you.
>Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2004 10:35:16 -0600
>From: Steve Ginn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Personally, I have found using the EDP, on a practical level, very
difficult, because I don't fully understand a lot of the >definitions used
in the manual. It's not that the manual is bad, its just my inability to
get my head around what's being >discussed. I wish I could understand it
such a way so that if I hear something in my head that I could accomplish
with the >EDP, I know how to define it so I can actually create it. What I
would find helpful, if at all possible, is someone creating a step >by step
how to, with audio examples, for some of the fundamental workings of the
EDP. This start with just a basic function >and then gradually build on.
feel a tutorial like this would at least provide me a foundation that I can
build on using the >manual and my own experimentation.