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Re: computer emulated DL4 pedal ?
It sounds like you just want to build up a "sound on sound" loop. I
didn't hear anything in the mp3 file you posted that sounded like it
was specific to the DL4. To be honest, I'd think that both Elottronix
or PSP42 would work, it's just a question of the settings. On
Elottronix, you'd turn off one of the two delays, turn the panning off
and set the feedback and loop length the way you want and you should
be in business. By using a pedal to trigger the "rehersal" mode on or
off, you could set up a loop and then play on top of it. There is a
similar, smaller version of Elottronix (no XL) that might be better
suited for what you want.
You might do a quick search at kvr-vst.com of the VST delays that are
offered and see if any better suit your needs:
Keep in mind that looping is going to require a different technique
and/or approach to playing the guitar. Good Luck,
On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 00:15:54 -0500, Jared McQueen <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ok, after a lot more research I've finally figured out what I've been
> to achieve with my recent "real-time loop computer" emails...
> I'm trying to figure out if there is any way computer-emulate a LINE 6
> DELAY EFFECTS MODELER PEDAL
> One of my favorite artists, howie day, uses this exact pedal to do real
> guitar loops during his songs. Here's an example of how he builds up
> during his songs: (2.16 megs)
> So basically that's what I'm trying to do... I've been tooling around
> VST plugins:
> ELOTTRONIX XL - http://www.uv.es/~ruizcan/p_vst.htm
> Lexicon PSP42 -
> I don't think Elottronix XL or Lexicon PSP42 will do what I want. I KNOW
> that the DL4 does what I want, but I'm trying to do it with a computer
> before I having to pay 180 bucks for a real DL4. Any suggestions or help
> with this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!