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Re: Recordings..turns into loops with variation
In a message dated 10/7/98 1:51:16 AM GMT, you write:
<< From: PeteGilbert@email.msn.com (Pete Gilbert)
actually, if you run the output from your jamman
into your vortex, you can mangle the looped material
to your heart's content. This is great fun, and I recommend
that you *do* try this at home :-)
From: SoundFNR@aol.com <SoundFNR@aol.com>
>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?
> > >>
>the lex vortex can do this,
>with the right program it can take a 2s loop and rearrange it.
>this will be on my vortex database soon, (not yet)
> Andy Butler
Yes, but with the vortex alone you can do stuff that actually reorders the
material in the loop, a bit like making a tape loop , cutting it up, and
resplicing it in a different order. Sorry the original post was so vague.