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Re: tech question



The 505 you can effect it, but you can't mix it. You can level it with the other tracks, like the RC-300 and RC-50, but no EQ.  I don't know of any hardware you can do that with unless it's custom built.  Software, that's easy to do.  But this guy is looking for a hardware device.    That's just beyond anything that I'm aware of.  

I almost think he wants to take the signal, use an aux send for each channel to an EQ, send it back, and then run it through the looper.  I think he should just use a mixer and send from there into the looper.   


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On 2018-12-18 14:36, Richard Atkinson wrote:

They don't have independent outputs of the loops, but Isn't this the exact sort of thing that the EH 4500 and 95000 do internally, as well as the Boss RC-505?  Allowing you to mix/effect your loops independently of each other?


On Dec 18, 2018, at 10:16 AM, Noah Peterson <noah@noahpeterson.com> wrote:

Hey y'all,

I'm having a discussion with a friend about devices.  He was wondering about any devices on the market that have individual channel/track outs so you can mix each channel/track separate from the combined loop.  I told him I didn't know of anything and he'd be better off mixing the input before hitting the device or switching to Ableton or Mobius. 

Any other thoughts? 

Thanks. 

Noah

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