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RE: (affordable) stereo (live) looping?

you might get two used edps for $1200...

say, several ld'ers are in dallas, and we talked
a few years ago about getting a texas thing going.
anybody still interested?

at least a hang out and maybe jam kind of thing.
there's gotta be at least a few of you in 
austin and houston, too...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott Hawley [mailto:spam4scott@yahoo.com] 
> Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2003 4:44 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: (affordable) stereo (live) looping?
> Dear loopers,
> Please pardon my naivete.
> I'm looking for something that will let me do looping
> in stereo.  That's all I want; I don't need any extra
> features (harmonization, reverse...whatever).  I'd
> like about 15 or more seconds.    Does anyone have any
> suggestions?
> I'd imagine that I could buy two EDP's and sync them,
> or I could even buy something from Eventide, but I'm
> not willing to pay that kind of money right now.  I
> guess I'd like to stay below, say, $1200.  I could
> easily buy two mono pedals like the ones from Akai or
> Line 6, but how to operate them reliably in tandem?
> Reason as I ask is, I have a really great guitar
> pickup (TranceAudio Amulet) that does wonderful stereo
> output and I'd hate to lose that if I wanted to
> "loop."  I'd also like to run my vocals through the
> looper, and it just would make sense to just send the
> stereo "effects sends & returns" from my mixer through
> the looping hardware.  (I do solo shows.) 
> I do have a Mac G4 laptop with an M-Audio Quattro
> interface, so I'm open to software solutions...
> provided the latancy is realllly low and I can somehow
> get some kind of foot controller for it. 
> Many thanks,
> Scott
> Austin, TX
> (used to live in Berlin -- sorry I missed the
> Loop.pool show! :-(  )
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