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Re: R: Live horn looping

To split your source signal, you could use a patchbay instead.
Just create a 6-way mult (one-in/six-out), and patch your FX
into the patchbay, then send any mult to any effect you want.

- Larry

----- Original Message -----
From: <SoundFNR@aol.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2000 8:30 AM
Subject: Re: R: Live horn looping

> > > This brings me to my actual question. I have been getting into 
> >  > effects in parallel instead of all in line like I used to. Does
> >  > know of a good way to split a signal from an instrument into many
> >  > (6?) to run parallel effects, which then get input into the trusty
> >  > 1202 and mixed live? I am also interested in being able to mute the
> >  > to certain lines so that the existing loops do not get messed up.
> the ultimate solution would be a mixer with enough outputs to cover
> your requirements (FX sends or Group Outs)
> Otherwise you could run a number of FX from each Aux out of your mixer,
> which would be much better than a passive split before the mixer.
> how about putting 6 pots (100K log?) in a box so you could
> control i/p to each FX separately. Because you'd be
> using the mixer out you wouldn't need any active electronics
> to get a high quality result.
> Andy Butler