Glad you liked it. There was not much post-production, but I went directly out of my Allen& Heath mixing board into Pro Tools. This way I got away from the boxy sounding mic on the camcorder. Then when I mixed down in Protools I added a touch of Eq at 7k and 2db worth of gain reduction through a Manley Vari-Mu compressor. I guess some would say that is a decent amount of "Post Production"
The reverbish sound of the loop is from the presets on the A&H Mixing board.
The only non-live portion of the looping, was the strat lead and one of the high harmony vocal parts, which I did to cover up an off-key part. The Strat went directly into Protools, where I added a hint of reverb, nothing else.
Someone can correct me if I am wrong, but I do not think the EDP will give you a "better quality " sound. It really starts with the quality of instruments, then your recording chain.
The EDP probably has more options on it's looping capability, but I have only scratched the surface with it and really just mostly use the overdub feature to layer parts.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
Happy New Year
On Jan 1, 2010, at 12:43 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: