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RE: Ambient effects -- something wild and crazy, please!

I too am looking for a few good effect processors for my ambient

I don't need the standards: chorus, flange, delay, pitch-shift.  I'm
looking for DRASTIC effects rendering a guitar very UN-guitar-like.  I
have a Vortex already -- now I quest for something more wild.  

Loop-folk, you're my best source honest assessments.

Your help greatly appreciated!

David Kirkdorffer

> -----Original Message-----
> From: patrick@his.com [SMTP:patrick@his.com]
> Sent: Monday, August 11, 1997 3:20 PM
> To:   Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
> Subject:      Re: Ambient effects
> On 8/11/97 Namelss queried;
> >Okay, so let's not tear into me because I used the a-word, but what
> do you
> >find to be the best effects (and what hardware) for your less
> rhythmic
> >looping (how's that to replace the a-word?)?
> First off I love the a-word......and for my ambient loops ( generated
> with
> my jam men)  I love to run them through my vortex and then add some
> reverb.
> I also have run side of my vortex feeding a Roland RPS-10. I add a bit
> more
> delay with this or add some pitch shifting...particularly if the loop
> is
> kind of dense the pitch shifter if changed slowly can be nice......or
> I can
> bypass the RPS-10.
> Lately I've been running  loops and or sounds through I Sherman
> Filterbank
> I picked up used.Then I run this into the Vortex. This can get real
> crazy
> real fast.
> Peace,
> Patrick
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