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Re: Recording with Stereo EDP's
Thanks for the response - and from what I've seen from my EDP to date, it
doesn't surprise me that it is able to do the tasks I asked about - it's
just a great product.
From: Kim Flint <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Saturday, December 12, 1998 11:46 PM
Subject: Re: Recording with Stereo EDP's
>At 10:34 AM -0800 12/12/98, Gerry P wrote:
>>Just wondering if :
>>1) Is it possible to RECORD on both EDP's at the same time -i.e.
>> tracks of my DAT - each to one of the synced EDPs?
>>2) Can both synced EDP's OVERDUB at the same time? i.e. split source to
>> EDP - i.e. processed/unprocessed signal
>yep. that's the idea with using two of them sync'd together as a stereo
>pair. Whatever function you do on one occurs simultaneously on the other.
>But they are still two discrete units, so the audio paths are completely
>alternatively, you can have two (or more) of them BrotherSync'd together
>for synching the loops while still having independent control over each.
>That's one really versatile way of getting the multitrack loop setup
>without compromising on user interface. It's also a great way to have
>multiple people looping together. Each has independent control over his
>echoplex, while being able to keep loops sync'd with the others.
>Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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