email@example.com wrote: > just for info's sake what are you using after edp exactly and how are the > results? jus wonderin... > > goinloopy > stanner > ---------- > >From: lance glover <firstname.lastname@example.org> > >To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com > >Subject: Re: new member > >Date: Wed, Apr 25, 2001, 4:22 PM > > > > >Professor Vast wrote: > > > >> just joined list today so i thought i'd say hi. i've had rebirth, >just got > > >hello dino, welcome to the list. > >acoustic/electric/electronic instruments>mixer>edp>etc.>hard disc > >recorder>burner > > > >ciao, > > > >lance g. > > oh, let's see... after the edp it's mostly for signal enhancement, rather than effects processsing, i.e. sometimes i go thru one of those little art tube mp preamps, then into the recorder; and/or sometimes i compress things with a joemeek vc6; but most often it goes straight into a vox ac15 or a fender twin, then mic'd (sm57, akg c1000s) into either of those preamps, then it hits the recorder. i'm happiest with the ac15 if i'm looping mostly guitar, i like that sound a lot. if there are other sources, generally mic'd things- percussion & found stuff, i tend not to use the amp; for keyboard i experiment with different amps- i generally prefer this to a direct signal- my studio is fairly lively (concrete floor, etc.) and i like trying to capture some of that room sound... hope that helps! best, lance g.