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Re: Panning pedal?

Just sell your car and buy an Orville (better two). It can do backward panning and up'n'down panning, spiral panning too (oops I think the last one was a feature of the almighty againinator deluxe pro). It can even make your panning seem like the ones in the last Aguilera/Shakira/Spears success. Instant success with the 'do it all better' machine.
Or if you are a mere mortal like me, I think I saw a panning pedal made by George Dennis and one by Morley.
Just kiddin', Italo.:-):-):-)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2002 9:21 AM
Subject: Panning pedal?

On the subject of volume pedals/preamps, is there such thing as a good panning pedal? I have an idea to record stereo on the Repeater, but control the panning of the instrument in realtime with something like this connected before the stereo inputs. This would then get me over the problem of the pan settings on the repeater being reset every time you delete a loop/move to a new one - and also prevent me from having to purchase 4 roland volume pedals at the same time :)

Many thanks,

On Monday, June 24, 2002, at 12:47 PM, one less than none wrote:

i seem to remember someone has one of these stereo preamps in their rig connected to a switchblade
how have they got it all connected ?
David Swain

Stuart Wyatt - Solo String Project