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Re: EH 16 Second Delay question
thanks for this comprehensive insight. Now, how properly does the EH loop?
Does it loop continuously like the EDP, or does it loop like a Repeater or
the RC-20 (i. e. phrase-based)? Are there audible glitches or hiccups when
loops come to an end?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Paolo Valladolid" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 5:33 PM
Subject: Re: EH 16 Second Delay question
> Based on your post, the EH16 can be used in active or
> passive looper mode. If you turn the Feedback slider
> all the way up, it will continously loop everything it
> has recorded, up to its internal memory limit (around
> 4 min.), while also overdubbing anything you play into
> it or what it "hears" coming from itself (feedback).
> For example, I can use the Fine slider to pitch shift
> the loop down for a pseudo-Whammy effect and it will
> overdub the pseudo-Whammy effect.
> It can also only overdub when you want it to. I am
> still learning how to get it to overdub until I hit
> the Record button again to stop overdubbing as opposed
> to letting it automatically overdub a set number of
> bars then automatically stopping overdubbing, as
> determined by the Coarse slider.
> The EH16, like any device, has its idiosyncracies. It
> doesn't always behave as I expect it too. I can't tell
> at this stage whether its because of my lack of
> sufficient familiarty with the device or a bug of some
> --- wavecomputer360 <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Sorry for bothering you with things already
> > discussed. I´m thinking of buying one of the
> > reissues and I would like to know whether the 16SD
> > is an active or a passive looper. I mean by
> > "passive" that the looper can be connected to a
> > group or aux out on the console and will loop
> > continously once the loop length has been determined
> > (like the Jamman or the EDP do in Delay mode). By
> > "active" I mean a device that needs to be instructed
> > any time I want it to record or overdub a previously
> > defined loop (like the Repeater, the DL-4 loop
> > recorder function or the Boss RC-20 do). I prefer
> > having passive loop devices around that allow me to
> > spontaneously run stuff into them for creating
> > random loops, I don´t really need phrase samplers.
> > Is the 16SD just another phrase sampler with some
> > added bells and whistles, or is it also usable like
> > an EDP in delay mode?
> > TIA,
> > Stephen.
> > "Human beings are a disease, the cancer of this
> > planet, you´re a plague. And we are the cure."
> > (Agent Smith / Matrix)
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