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Re: Loop Length

Hello David, et al.

Would you mind giving explicit, sequetial steps in actually doing this so
that another might try it?  I'm standing here staring at the front panel of
the EDP with my guitar in hand...

Anyone else with some very specific guidelines for doing something cool on
the EDP?  I'll save the posts for future requests.

Randy Jones


-----Original Message-----
From: David Myers <dmgraph@bway.net>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Saturday, December 06, 1997 11:36 AM
Subject: Re: Loop Length

>>>I usually gravitate toward an 8-10 second loop, however, there are times
>>when I can barely make due with the 32 seconds provided by my Jamman.
>>I concur with this.  I think the main reason for updating to 32 secs
>>sor 32-sec loops, but to allow me to do shorter loops without fear of
>>running out of time.
>With the Oberheim Echoplex, I like to set up a 1 sec loop, record a bit 
>then multiply it out to maybe 16 sec, add some more material, then divide
>the loop period to perhaps 8 sec, etc. etc.  JamMen, can you do this?  One
>of many reasons the 'Plex is more an instrument than an effects device.