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Re: Dynamic Looper Feedback...



Nice trick, Andy! Cross-fading "old loop layers" vs "source audio input".

Speaking about continuos control pedals, I'm also starting a bit to
like switches for these kinds of processing. Right now I'm testing to
have a foot switch circle through four alternative FB levels (100%,
70%, 20% and 0%). To this I also set the looper FB to only be active
in Overdub mode; i.e. if using 0% it will work as traditional EDP
Substitute and if using 100% it will equal plain Overdub. The point is
to punch in and out and achieve a harder machine-edged effect than you
get with the swell pedal. Next thing I will try here now is to make
this go over a synced "one-shot" square wave LFO to have the punches
happen dead on a beat ("quantised" in EDP-ish).
...
Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
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On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 7:16 PM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> 
wrote:
>
>
> mark francombe wrote:
> I think theres something
>>
>> like that in the Vortex.
>
>
> Yep, totally in the Vortex.
>
>>     Now every
>>     sound you make will go into the loop and push down older layers a 
>> bit
>>     but when you shut up old layers will stay untouched.
>
>
> Another thing is to have a swell pedal on the loop input which is
> also connected to drop the FB level.
>
> andy
>