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Re: The Dirt Cheap Electrix Gear...

Mine are being used on my aux sends- I can send any amount of their output
to my EDP or Jam Man or Vortex etc or to each other- I love the momentary
buttons and sync abilities-  also, I am using my Mo-Fx knobs to control my
volume and pan automation in Cubase- you can also record all the movements
to a midi sequencer if you like and play back to automate them- much more
but I have to go... Om

----- Original Message -----
From: Kevin Mulvihill <kmulvihill@mediaone.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 4:38 PM
Subject: The Dirt Cheap Electrix Gear...

> I keep seeing all these emails - on this list and others - about how
> everyone has been going out to buy the dirt cheap Electrix processors at
> Guitar Center and other places. I've seen them in the catalogs I get too,
> and I think I even bounced out to their website when it all first went on
> sale.
> These boxes are kinda cool, sure, but on the surface they don't seem like
> showstoppers for a looper. Can someone help? How are you planning to use
> these in a looping context? I'd be especially interested in hearing how
> might use these boxes in a MIDI automation context...
> BTW, I'm a musician, not a DJ... thx.
> Kevin