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Re: Teasing Time

Unfortunately, neither the DD-20 nor the M13 seem to support running the loop in 100% wet mode which is what one would really want to do when reprocessing, so the RC-30 and the Vox looper may have some pluses here. To do it with the DD-20 or the M13/M9, I am figuring I would need a signal flow where I could run the rhythmic ambient looper in a parallel loop with a kill switch up front. Hmm. Maybe the EQ Killer is useful for something else though that's three kill switches rather than one and becomes even more complicated if I need to add a footswitch to control it.

Can anyone recommend a good parallel effects loop box that isn't going to cost more than the effects it is surrounding?


On Jun 11, 2011, at 8:39 AM, Mark Hamburg wrote:

I've been tempted to put together a DD-20 followed by an SL-20 to do long ambient loops that can then be rhythmatized, but having an M13, it seems like a better choice just to stick with that unless someone can convince me that the SL-20 is too amazing to pass up particularly given that the M13 supports half-speed and reverse. (In the new, smaller pedal board I am attempting to put together, I'm tempted to replace the M13 which sits separately right now with an M9 that sits on the board.)


On Jun 10, 2011, at 11:45 PM, antonyhequet@yahoo.com wrote:

use modulation on a filter with a set pulse and with subdivisions, it induces  a sense of tempo

Antony Hequet

From: Phil Clevenger <phil.clevenger@gmail.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Sent: Sat, June 11, 2011 2:21:26 AM
Subject: Teasing Time

Anybody have any cute techniques for teasing time subdivisions from a very =
long delay of indeterminate length?

I'm moving from long ambient sound on sound stuff into more rhythmic stuff =
without changing the delay setting. No clock driving the time and no readou=
t on this particular device of delay duration. It's just set for "really re=
ally long" ;)

I've been doing it by just creating a busy field and seeing what falls out =
of it, but that can take some time and sometimes is not so pretty...

Phil :)