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Re: 2nd EDP+ for stereo

Hey Kris,
Can u tell me how to quickly dump all the presets from
the master EDP to the slave?

--- Kris Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:

> I use two EDPs in true stereo. We've had this
> discussion before on the list, 
> and playing in stereo is less important to some than
> others, but for me it 
> is essential to my "current" sound, given all the
> stereo imaging I use with 
> my laptop VST effects. I'm also an addict of lush
> stereo chorus and stereo 
> delay where the left side is lightly longer than the
> right.
> In any event, I have had no troubles with my setup,
> except initially when 
> trying to figure out how to get the two EDPs to sync
> up and prevent signal 
> drift. When you get to that point, send me an email
> and I'll send you the 
> list of parameters.
> I run from my into my Boss VF1 from my guitar, out
> of the VF1 in stereo, 
> into my laptop in stereo, out of the laptop in
> stereo, into my Mackie mixer 
> board (two channels panned left and right), and then
> I run out of the 
> mixer's BUSS 1 into the input of one EDP, and out of
> BUSS 2 into the input 
> of the other EDP....then out of the two EDPs into
> two channels of the board, 
> panned left and right. This way, when multiple
> people or instruments are 
> plugged into my board, I can simply press the buss
> 1/2 button on their 
> channel and loop them in my mix. I run an Lexicon
> LXP1 in my mixer's AUX 1 
> channel, and back into a stereo channel of the board
> for a nice reverb on 
> everything.
> I think the results are especially noticeable and
> fun when you are recording 
> off the board....then the stereo imaging really pops
> out, if you are using 
> effects that to tricks in stereo.
> Kris
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Dennis Montgomery" <morpheus@speakeasy.net>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 6:58 PM
> Subject: 2nd EDP+ for stereo
> > Hi all,  I currently take the output from my lone
> EDP+ and send it through 
> > an Alesis Microverb III to get some pseudo-stereo
> separation.  I'm 
> > considering adding a 2nd EDP+ so I can process my
> loops in true stereo.  I 
> > was wondering if any players who have taken this
> step can comment on their 
> > experience of using a 2 EDP+ stereo system?  Did
> it really make a 
> > difference in your playing fun?  Any technical
> problems?   etc...
> >
> > Dennis
> >
> > 


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