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Re: delay question / Vortex?

For a cheap stereo looping system - try 2 DOD D12s
(The last stock was blown out cheaply so they should
be affordable used.) Use them in Delay mode at the
full 12 seconds with the feedback up and they should
maintain for 10 minutes.

On loopers that can't go straight into overdub mode
from record - just record an empty loop - then go into
overdub mode and you won't have to worry about 'bumps'
or 'clicks' - particularly if you fade in and out.

Scott M2


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "allison carvalho" <allicarvalho@hotmail.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, 24 April, 2002 3:01 PM
Subject: Re: delay question / Vortex?

> Oh-
> I'm sorry about my last post, but I wanted to get a stereo in and out 
> looper. I still think that the Vortex would accomplish what I need but 
> there is anyone with knowledge about this device I would really 
> any help. I'm using a guitar synth and want to combine the stereo 
>effects of 
> the synth with the stereo effects of a looper, but again, the EDP and 
> Repeaters are just too much for me to get into right now.
> Basically (the funny part), I am getting this thing for one peice of 
> (!) The peice requires a single note e-bow drone (for 10 minutes- no 
> degradation) over which choir-like chords are played after the drone is 
> Even though the Vortex has a small delay time, I was hoping that could 
> pull this effect off with it, by playing the low drone, turning the loop 
> at the volume peak of the drone, and then relasing the loop without any 
> attack.
> The question then becomes the all important bump issue- is there any?
> If there are any Vortex users out there who could tell me if it is  
> to do what I'm asking - I would really appreciate it. I can't try one, 
> there are few things written on this group and on the web about it's 
> ability in regards to drones.
> Again, thank you for your invaluble droning input ;)
> Alli
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