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Re: EHX 2880 or 45000 users say it loud say it proud!
Am I correct in thinking that this looper does not allow loops of
Also, must all loops play at the sme time, or can I create one loop
with a verse chord progression, then create another loop with a chorus
chord progression, and then switch between them?
On 12/9/13, daniel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I love the 45000. It has such a great sound.
> Regarding fadeout - something that makes this unit unique is that when
> in dub mode, if you have track 1 at 50% vol, the volume for track 1 will
> decrease by 50% every iteration. To avoid that, just leave it at 100%.
> a weird feature, but definitely something cool to work with.
> If you're looking for something that has an actual fadeout effect, check
> out the Boomerang III.
> On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 11:50 AM, Rusty Perez <email@example.com>
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm looking for a new looper.
>> I've seen some recommendations for the ehx 2880 or 45000.
>> But, when I look on youtube, the demos aren't as impressive.
>> They seem to be demonstrating just the "digital recorder, which loops
>> your song over and over" features.
>> My performance spaces and equipment don't always allow for stereo and
>> so I'm not going to be mixing my looped creation to perfection.
>> Can the ehx loopers do things like master sync, where one loop can be
>> used for percussion, and other loops started and stopped from their
>> beginnings, to create a song with verse/chorus layout?
>> Does it do any form of loop multiply, so I can play a 1 measure
>> percussion part, and then have that run under the rest of my loops?
>> Can I adjust the feedback so that the track will fade over time?
>> The ehx stuff sounds really great in terms of simplicity, but the
>> youtube videos haven't seemed to show all of it's potential.
>> So, if you own one, please let us know what you can do with it.
>> Thanks so much!