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Re: EHX 2880 or 45000 users say it loud say it proud!



Hi Marc,
Thanks for your replys and all your great info!

I understand you pretty well!

It seems then that on the ehx 2880/45000 a loop consists of 4
independant tracks and a stereo master track.
These independant tracks are all the same length and cannot be played
independantly, they must be synced.

To move from loop to loop, these loops must be saved on the card.

And, if I wanted to use more than one loop in a song, for a
verse/chorus for example, then I would have to recall the second loop
from the card, or begin building it.
I imagine that one can program a midi pedal to save a loop, then
switch between loops, forward and backward.

It sounds very powerful.

Thanks for the info!

Rusty





On 12/10/13, marc@clubcapelli.com <marc@clubcapelli.com> wrote:
> yes, no problem with loops of different lengths, for verse / chorus
> /bridge ... with different lenghts and then switch between them.
>
> Marc
>
>
> Le 2013-12-09 19:56, Rusty Perez a écrit :
>> Am I  correct in thinking that this looper does not allow loops of
>> different lengths?
>> 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?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> Rusty
>>
>>
>> On 12/9/13, daniel <daniel@ithinkwethink.org> wrote:
>>> I love the 45000. It has such a great sound.
>>>
>>> Regarding fadeout - something that makes this unit unique is that
>>> when it's
>>> 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%. It's
>>> 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
>>> <rustys.lists@gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> 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!
>>>> Rusty
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
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