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Re: Octave

in my experience, if you want a smooth unsullied octave down note that
sticks to your original signal like glue, pedals don't provide it . . . 
been pretty happy with the pitch shift on my MPX-100 (not to mention it's
other uses as effects/looper/A-D convertor)

if you like mis-tracking and  artifacts to provide a little edge (and maybe
distract people from your lack of musical skill as I do), octave pedals are
indispensable which is why I have a Korg and an Ibanez 10 series

plus if you open them up and bridge the circuit traces with your fingers,
you'll discover hours worth of mesmerising and discordant sounds YUMMY

drone on~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Tom Lambrecht

----- Original Message -----
From: Don Pancoe <pancoe@netaxs.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 8:37 AM
Subject: Re: Octave

> > I am interested in obtaining an octave pedal and would like any input 
> to
> > what you all think is good out there- Preferably smooth, more than 1
> octave
> > down, less than $200- - - I checked out the brown Boss model and really
> was
> > not impressed- maybe z-vex or other boutique