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Re: How do you?
You are exactly correct. Processing the audio coming out of a looper is
very cool. However, I was speaking about the mangling tools that are
available within a looper. Other than regeneration, reverse, and
perhaps pitch shifting, I'm not aware that there is much else one can do
within a looper... unless there are send/receive jacks but then you are
outside the looper again. ;-)
Matt Davignon wrote:
> Sorry - that wasn't supposed to sound so domineering. It was supposed
> to be "...you could put..."
> On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 11:30 AM, Matt Davignon <email@example.com>
>> Well, of course, you put fx after the looper. I have heard of folks on
>> this list doing that, but I don't remember which folks.
>> On Mon, Jun 7, 2010 at 1:58 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Bill Fox wrote:
>>>> Once the sound goes into a looper, there isn't very much we can do to
>>>> modify the sound in a way that's different from what anyone else can
>>> right....and I just woke up from this weird dream