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Re: loop subtraction

Mark Landman wrote:

> If you had an exact duplicate of your original base pattern, inverted 
> amplitude, and mixed it at 50% with the loop, while playing it back
> precisely in time/phase with the base pattern, that would do the trick.
> Kinda hard to do thoughŠ

ahhh don't just mix it in... *modulate* the loop with it....this would be a
"non-volitile" way of getting something resembling subtraction... it would
certainly thin things out at least

thanks Mark... i just thought of another use for that cheesy se-50 

(hmm reminds me of a warning i saw on a hair dryer in japan..."please do 
use for the other purpose"... creepy)