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Re: RC-50 multiple outputs?

I pretty much do that. My PA stuff goes to the right input and my gtr  
goes to the left. Then I pan all the phrases to the center and output  
everything out of the sub out. Right goes to the PA left to a guitar  
amp. I use the guide but don't want anyone to hear it so my main out  
only does that as I need the headphone out to be guide only...

Teddy Kumpel

On Jun 22, 2009, at 10:10 AM, Buzap Buzap <buzap@gmx.net> wrote:

> Hi Alex
> first of all, welcome to LD :)
> You have the following possibilities with the RC-50:
> - Input Aux/Mic/Instr > Phrase 1,2,3 Left/Right
> - Phrase 1,2,3 Left/Right > Output Main/Aux Left/Right
> The Inputs are quite obvious, simply adjust the levels.
> You can define for each Phrase (Loop), if it will be played via  
> Output Main,Aux or both. You need to go into the PATCH/PHRASE  
> settings for this.
> The only way to "split" your loop into different parts is to:
> - either use different PHRASES that are linked i.e. Main Out  
> (vox,keys), Aux Out (Guitar)
> - if you are working mono, use Left/Right to split the signal
> Esp. splitting Left/Right is a good idea. You may need to be careful  
> with the signal levels, however. Also, what is a real pity on the  
> RC-50 is that you cannot pan the MIC INPUT on the RC-50. So you'd  
> probably want to use a small mixer for all your inputs: i.e. pan  
> your guitar hard LEFT, pan vox/keys hard right and send them through  
> Instrument Input to the RC-50.
> best regards
> Buzap
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