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Re: ensoniq dp/pro, anyone?

I helped ensoniq develop many of the algorhythms for the DP/Pro, mostly the
compressors and the de-esser. The 'loop recorder' is not particularly
happening, since the unit has only 1.4 seconds of delay. You can assign a
footswitch to toggle the delay hold on and off. It is fun to use the speed
parameter to replay everything backwards, one octave down. Very surprising

-Chuck Zwicky

At 05:40 AM 11/9/98 PST, you wrote:
>hey all,
>i picked of these up over the weekend.  a local guy was unloading it 
>rather cheaply.  i thought some of the reverbs were really good, and i 
>noticed that the delays had time-stretching capabilities (yay!), which 
>can be controlled by cc's or an internal lfo!
>one of the effects is a "looper."  however, i'm having trouble getting 
>it to work as one.  i've read the manual cover to cover (yes, i really 
>did rtfm) and there's very little info on how the looper works.
>it looks like it could be really cool, as the time stretch parameter can 
>vary from +1600% to -1600%, where negative values indicate backwards 
>so, does anyone have any experience with this little guy?  can anyone 
>offer a hand?  i haven't been able to fine much info on the dp/pro 
>beyond what was on harmony-central's review database.
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