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RE: Wrong Ways


Please submit the patch settings to Loopers-Delight.  I'd like to try it.

Also, I haven't tried this idea yet, but it may provide interesting 
results on the Vortex:  Create an interesting program with one of the 
algorithms.  Then use the same settings with all of the other algorithms.  
Something strange or unusual should happen on at least one of the 

I used to do this with a Yahama DX7 and it often provided interesting 

Mark Kata

From:   The Man Himself[SMTP:altruist@shoko.calarts.edu]
Sent:   Thursday, August 28, 1997 3:13 PM
To:     Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
Subject:        Re: Wrong Ways

On Thu, 28 Aug 1997, Mark Kata wrote:

> Has anyone discovered any wrong ways to use a JamMan or Vortex?

I have a couple of Vortex patches where the volume of looped repeats
sometimes and unpredictably actually gets *louder* as it repeats.  The
problem is that it eventually starts clipping the internal processors and
freaking out into a total overload of digital distortion.  I haven't found
any logical pattern as to what causes this.  Kinda fun, as long as you 
keep the feedback control well within reach...