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Re: How to place Looper in audio path?

You can get a lot of interesting setup ideas from 

At 09:16 AM 1/30/01 -0600, you wrote:
>I am new to looping and have looked through the loopers-delight site
>trying to find out the following:
>For a live rig, what is the best place in the signal chain to place a
>looper?  For example, I bring all my synths and mics into a single small
>mixer which I then use to create a monitor mix for myself and I send a
>mixed signal (stereo or mono, depending on the venue) to the house
>system.  Currently I have my effects processor (Lexicon MPX1) on my aux
>1 & 2 bus (for stereo) but I am not sure how this would work with a
>looper (whether its an EDP, Jamman, or Repeater).  Should the signal
>going into the looper be dry and then you apply effects to the whole
>layered sound?  What if I want to just have a freeze type of delay that
>is longer than the 2 sec. max offered by the MPX1 (ie, the looper could
>do this)?  I would like to keep the signal as clean as possible so that
>the delays are creating delays for themselves and making a big mess.
>Finally, other than some of the suggestions on the tips and tricks page,
>is there anywhere I can learn more about what I can do with a looper in
>a live performance so that I am not just laying down drone after drone
>to underscore a lead sound?