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Steve replies for the first time on this subject

I have neither EDP nor Repeater.  However, I have a pair of Zoom 2100s, and
a DigiTech DDS 7.6 "Time Machine".  Most of the time I have utilized them 
a way that has the Zooms as the second line beyond my guitar, using a
Y-switch (Rapco), with the two pairs of output from the Zooms going to a
Mackie 1202VLZ mixer, channels 9-10, and 11-12.  My effects loop goes to 
DigiTech unit.  While the Mackie has two effects loops, they're each
one-out, two-return.  I've also placed the Zooms in the effects loops this
way, having a pair, and left the DigiTech unit out of the signal path

----- Original Message -----
From: "M. Steven Ginn" <sginn@airmail.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: 17 September 2001 02:25 AM
Subject: Was RE: Rick replies for the last time on this subject

> I personally would still like to hear some good, un-biased
> recommendations as to how these two units (Repeater & EDP) might be
> effectively used together.  Each one obviously has their strengths and
> together could be the ultimate set up for looping (ie, the sum is
> greater than the parts).  What is the best setup for flexibility?  Do
> you put each on a different bus or feed one into the other?  One
> application I can think of, off the top of my head which could be very
> useful is to use the Repeater for recording loops (maybe ambient loops,
> etc.) that the EDP creates and then begin looping them while you clear
> the EDP and start all over.  Am I off base here?
> Thanks,
> Steve