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RE: Rang III reviews
Title: RE: Rang III reviews
Perhaps we are referring to different aspects of the same
thing... after the initial loop, any additional layer will have
it's own in / out points and you can elect to punch out at any point.
No interruption in the signal till you decide to stop recording.
Same as any looper.
Respectfully, this is not true. As
I said, you cannot get seamless overdubs. It is not an issue
with just the first loop.
Boomerang itself will confirm this.
I still use my DL-4 for my seamless, overdubbed Ebow antics, as the
Boomerang III cannot do this.
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 14:12:08 -0500
Subject: Re: Rang III reviews
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I hope that you realize that this is only
an issue on the first loop, any overdub will be seamless over the
All loopers do this to some degree,
otherwise you would have a nasty "click" or "pop"
over the splice point.
"I would note however, the
Boomerang does a ramp up and down of the volume of the loop where the
end and beginning meet. "
You're kidding. That
alone may be enough for me to not buy this.
I was so psyched! Small
footprint, ease of setup, I thought I could get away from the Echoplex
which I think is a great tool but a wee bit overkill for live
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Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 10:03 AM
Subject: RE: Rang III reviews
I am swamped right now, but I will try to post some
thoughts soon. I owned a Gibson Echoplex, but sold it once I had
the Boomerang III and realize it would suit MY NEEDS.
I would note that the Boomerang III produces less white
noise than the Gibson, and I found that its input is less finky than
This makes seamless Ebow overdubs impossible. There is a
glitch/dropout. I have spoken with the company, and it seems
like they will make an effort to address this, but no promises.
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