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Re: Recordings..turns into loops with variation

SoundFNR@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 10/5/98 4:39:02 AM GMT, you write:
> << ...hey, wouldn't it be great to have a looper that can (on
>  >command) apply some kind of variation to the material it is cycling -
>  >possibly reacting to what the soloist is doing?

My fully maxed out loop rig has seperate effects for the non looped geetar
and the loop rig.  As I have changed my straight guitar pedal board again
(and I do mean board I got one of those SKB powered velcro boards- worth
every penny) I have to figure out how to split the guitar signal easily
again (effects loop on board?) but here's a vague approximation of how the
rig went/ with gear updates:

guitar split into:

mxr dynacomp-  green mxr delay-  small stone-  fulltone tremelo- AnalogMan
modified ts-9 reissue w/brown sound (the bomb, yo)- mutant big muff
(affectionately called the porkchop)-  modified Bedrock AC-30 clone


volume pedal- rat pedal- JamMan- Old ass Ibanez analog multi-effects uunit
(model excapes me)- QuadroVerb1 (accept no substitute)-SansAmp PS-1-  PA
(or if there is another guitar amp, skip the sans amp

this way, I can layer distorted and undistorted guitar on the loop, and
then distort the whole damned thing for the rousing raveup.

Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately
explained by stupidity.