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RE: Interactive-Graphical Tour of a Guitar System

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Thanks, Andy. I agree, especially about the reverb. Before I hooked this system up, I was using my Alesis Nanoverb reverb in the AUX of the mixer and it sounded much better.  Now that I have the LXP-1, it should be an even greater improvement, and other players who plug into my mxer can enjoy that high quality Lexicon reverb rather than me hogging it to my self.  If I just had three stereo AUX loops!!! Arggggg. I would run the EDP in one, reverb in one, and one of my problematic units in another...namely the LXP-5. For some reason the LXP5 is louder in bi-bass than when it is wet, unless any of the other units, which I can level with no problems.
...guess I have my re-wiring work cut out for me this week. :)
-----Original Message-----
From: a k butler [mailto:akbutler@tiscali.co.uk]
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2005 4:57 AM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re:Interactive-Graphical Tour of a Guitar System

At 04:38 24/01/05, you wrote:
I'm also open to any suggestions for improvement too…

hi Krispen,
It seems your signal passes through an awful lot of devices.
Might be worth checking the quality of the bypass on those units.

...and as you've got a mixer in your setup, no need to stick to an 'all in series' configuration.

For instance, you could run the EDPs on the Alt3-4 outputs of your 1202 mixer, and bring them
back on a stereo channel.
The EDP mix controls are then both put to max and forgotten. 
...and it's then dead easy to run a mic into the EDPs if that becomes necessary.

Also it's worthwhile putting a reverb on an aux send, one advantage being that reverb
will sound more natural after the EDPs. ( because of loop boundaries, and reverse).

Or put a chain of FX on each aux send, bringing them back on a stereo channel.

I really liked the sound demos you did,
great stuff.

andy butler