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Boomerang feedback control

--- Nemoguitt@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 8/28/03 10:37:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
> kflint@loopers-delight.com writes:
> then get a Boomerang. It has a basic feedback control. 
> from the rang web site:
> There are 7 decay rates to choose from: 1 is no decay, 2 provides about 
> repeats (the rate of the original Rang), 3 thru 6 are progressively 
>quicker and
> 7 is slapback (1 repeat). The faster decay rates and latching STACK 
> make the Rang a great tap tempo delay. You can use loop A as a phrase 
> and 
> loop B as a traditional delay effect. Independent decay rates can be set 
> loops A and B.

But...you still have to set it ahead of time. You can't change it while the
loop's playing, and you can't continuously control it. It's better then not
having any control over it, but it's still not like being able to vary it 
you're playing with a pedal.


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