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Re: Should a Boomerang Do This?
In a message dated 6/23/03 4:32:03 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< The problem is when I want to add to it using the stack
footswitch. The new material is added to the original but the volume of
original loop is reduced considerably. It's reduced to the point of the
original loop becoming background sounds and the new material is the
Does this sound right? Is there any way to keep the levels of the two
the same? >>
My experience is with the older Boomerang. My impression was that the
decline of the base track was about 25% to 30% so that it would take about
presses of the stack button to bury the original track.
Are you amping into the Boomerang? You might try dropping your input
and amp after the Boomerang.
just a thought
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