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Re: Setting Up my new Gibson Echoplex Pro

Thanks Per,

I did notice Keller had his Vocal Mic plugged into both a Yamaha Tube  
Screamer and an Ernie Ball Volume Pedal.


On Sep 11, 2008, at 2:59 AM, Per Boysen wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 5:07 AM, Todd Chambeau  
> <tchambeau@comcast.net> wrote:
>> 1. If I purchase a 16 track mixer, will I be able to loop everything
>> (guitar,bass, vocals) with my one Echoplex unit (without having to  
>> plug and
>> unplug each instrument and mike during performance)?
> Yes. You plug your instruments into different mixer channels and use
> an aux to send from each channel to an output cabled into the Ehoplex.
> That brings an important issue: you will need to close the signal path
> from every instrument when not playing it, to prevent it to leak noise
> into the Echoplex input line. On bass and guitar this is simple, just
> turn down the instrument's volume knob before putting it down. On the
> mic you can either use an off button on the mic, a channel input mute
> button on the mixer or a foot controlled volume pedal/button on the
> floor, inserted between the mic and the mixer.
>> 2. I noticed Keller would play a part on an instrument, then press  
>> a button
>> on one of his mixer channels right after the loop. What do you  
>> think he was
>> doing?
> Muting that instrument's input line.
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