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Re: "hold note" function
There would be a click using Mark's method.
What you would have to do, is either volume swell the note while
(with a volume pedal) before the echoplex (which is what I do), I use a
mixer to route my signal so that this doesn't affect my actual playing but
only the signal that goes to the echoplex. Then, just use the volume pedal
to cut the volume and stop overdubbing.
The easier way, is to record silence with feedback at zero, overdub your
note, and then gradually increase feedback and stop overdubbing, then stop
the note. To avoid the slight click, you would need to take the volume off
with the guitar pot before stopping the note and stopping overdubbing.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Smart" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 9:23 AM
Subject: Re: "hold note" function
> Yeah, you could do this on the Echoplex. Probably the best way would be
> record something like 4 seconds of silence, play that back, then hit
> and play in your drone. I think it would hard to make the drone seamless
> didn't record silence first. Hit Overdub again when you're done. Then if
> want to layer more stuff over the drone, use the "multiply" function.
> Before I had any other looping devices, I used a DOD DFX-94 delay pedal
> create drones from my Jerry Jones electric sitar. Eventually I mounted
> pedal inside the sitar to make this easier:
> The DFX94 has a maximum delay time of 4 seconds, which is just right for
> drones. And it has an infinite repeat that you can use to play it back
> Mark Smart