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RE: Boomerang/EDP different layout,
RE: Boomerang/EDP different layout
Old-Date: Tue, 11 Aug 98 09:08:00
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> >Still, though it seems unlikely, I have to ask...
> >Kim, what do you think of a 100% floor based EDP?
> >What would it be like? Would anything have to be sacrificed to fit it in
> >Boomerang-sized case?
> Yeah, I'd buy one.
> Dave Trenkel : firstname.lastname@example.org
For my money (as an EH16 user), I 'd like to see something along
lines of an EDP that is a table top device. The size of an EH16 or a
smaller drum machine (even a little larger) would be optimal . . . with a
foot controller that rests on the floor. I'd prefer knobs for some of the
parameters (I'm a caveman . . . okay?). I know that it doesn't work on the
EDP, but I'd love to have a manual control for manipulation of a loop's
. . .
My question (not having seen an EDP for some time) is how much of
EDP's rack size is taken up by the ears? In other words, how much of that
inches is "dead space"? Also, assuming that Gibson/Oberheim would want to
deal with more R&D (and why would they?), how hard would it be to
re-engineer the EDP to have the LEDs on the top along with some manual
======== Fwd by: Jerry Bolduc ========
please stop sending me e-mails, this is my place of business and i do not
have the time to read them.