At 2:17 PM -0700 8/31/08, Rick Walker wrote: >Dear Mech >Your dummy plug trick is such a clever and simple idea >and really makes things interesting for the slicer. > >Thanks for thinking of it. It's one of those great ideas that are so >simple that I think, "why didn't I think of that" > >You made my day, Mech, thanks! De nada, Rick. Only glad to finally be able to quid pro quo for all the valuable advice I've gotten from you. Besides, it's such a simple thing that if I hadn't posted this, somebody else would have flashed onto it pretty quickly. Also, I haven't played with it yet, but looking through the manual, there's also a setting that lets you determine whether the Direct signal is also affected by those Stereo Output Modes. So, it looks like you could have your dry signal signal bouncing in and out the same as the effected signal. Additionally, I'm wondering if your old Ampliton trick might work here too: the one where you were plugging two completely different mono signals into the stereo inputs, then letting the internal oscillators mix between the two different sound sources. If the Slicer's Stereo Output Modes affect the dry signal, I don't see why you couldn't do something similar -- with or without the effected signal. --m. -- _____ "when you think your dreams are shattered, it's time to dream new dreams"