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OT: Aural anomolies?

> Sometimes you don't even know if the oscillations you are "hearing"  
> is in the air or in your mind 

Okay, well this comment spurred me on to asking a very off topic
question (perhaps?).  I use a Korg AX300G guitar multifx pedal
(seriously underrated for some severe tone mangling effects) and every
time I play out with this I notice a very strange thing that I've never
been sure is really happening.

After playing for a while, half hour or so at least, I begin to find it
harder and harder to hear the Korg (I'm running my guitar signal through
at least one other processor (VF1 if you must know) on another channel.  

Is it possible that the output of the unit actually begins to drop off
the longer its used or is this some kind of user fatigue thing?

I have no idea and find it quite disconcerting and odd.  This effect
does not seem to happen on the VF1 channel FWIW.

Back to the loops then.


Till now you seriously considered yourself to be the body and to have a
form. That is the primal ignorance which is the root cause of all trouble.

- Ramana Maharshi (1879-1950)

Sound and Vision:  http://www.minds-eye.org