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Re: First posting...
Oh man i feel for you! trying to sync 2 EDPs was
enough for me but you are trying it with 3? be careful
not ot end up in a nuthouse!
here is the deal,from experience you will have sync
problems if u have
2 different EDPs models(ex.oberheim and EDP pro)
2 different software installed
i ended up having to sell the older models until i
finally got 2 of the newer blackface EDPs which synced
much better but still not 100% percent.I still had
So i sacrificed stereo for live reliability and been
really happy since, i use one unit only,the less
devices,cables,weight and problems the better.The only
problem ive been having lately with the EDP is when i
slave it to my mpc1000,sometimes there is a strange
volume drop and last saturday i had to restart the
unit 4 times! but i have the feeling it comes from
having the midi merge function on my FCB1010
footcontroller activated and somewhere there are worng
midi messages being sent.Other than that if the EDP is
the master syncing a rhythm box it works flawlessly.
But yes,there is a hidden demon in this units which at
the same time makes them really atractive!
--- REYN <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thanks Luis!
> I use 2 Gibson Echoplex machines. And I love them!
> Little question here: I'm doing a tour with an
> artist called Stephan
> Eicher and we use 3 Echoplexes separate. First I had
> 2 Brother synced
> and one synced though beatsync, but that wasn't
> always flawless. Now
> I have the stereo cable (brothersync) of the first
> splitted into 2
> stereo cables that go to the other 2 Echoplexes'
> brothersyncs which
> works fine now. But on rare occasions (though pretty
> nasty when
> you're on live stage) it looses sync halfway or
> starts recording or
> goes into overdub without touching it.
> Is this way of doing this illegal in any sense or is
> one of the
> cables too long (which is like between 5 and 7
> meters to go to the
> other side of the stage)? Or is there maybe another
> solution? Every
> Echoplex should be synced to each other, but should
> be able to record
> and overdub freely.
> On Nov 6, 2007, at 1:31 AM, L.A. Angulo wrote:
> > great tune Reyn good looping!what gear are u
> > cheers
> > Luis
> > --- REYN <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Hello there people,
> >> I'm new here and this is my first post. I'm very
> >> much into looping
> >> for a long time now and about time to get on this
> >> list. I really got
> >> into looping through Jon Brion. I have been a fan
> >> from him for more
> >> then 10 years and even saw some of his great
> >> in Largo in LA
> >> where he exposed some of his impressive
> >> loopings-skills.
> >> I did a recording of some of my looping some
> >> ago, and thought
> >> it would be nice to share it with you guys. The
> >> topic is a bit
> >> strange though. It's about the fact that I wrote
> >> music for some
> >> Commodore 64 games a long time ago. As some kinda
> >> nostalgie I still
> >> once in a while make an album with old C64
> >> Hence the Green
> >> Beret by Martin Galway. Well, hope you'll enjoy:
> >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8UBY8Yj9c0
> >> Happy to be a part of Loopers-Delight!!
> >> Cheers,
> >> Reyn
> >> www.reyn.net
> > www.myspace.com/luisangulocom
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