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Re: Cooking your delays?

Another good trick is to put a multieffect (for me a
Lexicon MPX1... that I must send out for repair) in my
Repeater's effect loop and spin the dial to a random
preset and see what my loop sounds like when it gets
played back.  Fun!


--- "clumsybeats.org" <obadia@clumsybeats.org> wrote:

> beautiful. i can imagine happy accidents fried in
> randomness, waiting for
> you, digesting...
> hello to the list
> stéphane
> > I like leaving my tape delays, pedals, delay  and
> looping plugins
> > running for a long time, for instance while I'm
> having dinner and
> > whatnot. When I return, there's often distorted
> loveliness waiting for
> > me in the cans.
> >
> > Do you do that as well? Any tips?
> >
> > Andreas.
> >
> >

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