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Re: New to the Group



The EDP footcontroller EFC-7 has buttond that wear out with regularity.

Ty,

Those little red plastic switches have the advantage of being silent 
but seem to lack something in the durability dept.

I've bough a whole bag of them from MOSER ELECTRONICS and replace them 
periodically whenever they start to get hinky.

It's a very easy repair even if your soldering skills are minimal.

If your EPP works fine from the front panel buttons when the footswitch 
is unplugged it's pretty fair to say that a switch has gone south in 
the controller.

Most often it is the Record or the Overdub switch - those get used mont 
often.

And there is something about how some folks seem to naturally stomp 
down a little harder on the second press of the Record button when they 
are closing a loop to define it's basic length.

You should find lots of resources on the LD website for the EDP.

Although it's an open forum for all hardware and software looper users, 
it was created initially by the guys who are responsible for the 
existence of the EDP (Kim Flint and Matthias Grob).

Best regards,

tEd  KiLLiAn

Creativity represents a miraculous coming together of the uninhibited 
energy of the child with its apparent opposite and enemy, the sense of 
order imposed on the disciplined adult intelligence.  Norman Podhoretz

http://www.myspace.com/tedkillian
http://www.reverbnation.com/tedkillian
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http://www.CDbaby.com/cd/tedkillian
http://www.guitar9.com/fluxaeterna.html
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http://guitarplayer.com/article/y2k6-international-live/Jun-07/27768

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On Jun 24, 2009, at 10:30 AM, Ty Gott wrote:

> Im looking to collect hints on the Echoplex so far mine or its foot 
> controller seem flaky but Im loving all the features. Also checking 
> to see what I might have missed mixing, routing and switching. I have 
> learned a few tricks over the years to share in return.