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October 14, 2008 at 2:05 pm #105881
hello ! want record a riff with program LOOP20 and play chorus after. how can I do ?
October 14, 2008 at 3:24 pm #117946IDeangelisMember
Do you mean having Loop20 processed by a chorus effect?
If that is the question, you simply need to create a preset which has 2 fx blocks, with LOOP 20 in A and ST.CHORUS in B, with a SERIES routing.
Load LOOP 20
press PARAMETERS twice & press ROUTING
press PARAMETERS again then press PROGRAM as first softkey in the display
use the knob to reach 115 St.Chorus, then press LOAD FX B to load the chorus in the B block.
October 14, 2008 at 4:21 pm #117947
thanks for the response !
No , I don't want a chorus ! I want use the eclipse ( program LOOP20) as a jammer( as a boss rc-50 or digitech jamman) . recording a part of guitar and play on!
is it possible ???
October 14, 2008 at 4:35 pm #129105IDeangelisMember
Loop 20 uses straight digital delay with 100% feedback techniques. So you can trap audio in the delay, as long as you keep the feedback at 100%. You won't be able to stop/pause/play audio as in those other units. It's a different flavor….
October 14, 2008 at 4:45 pm #129107
ok ! it's what I think ! but it's a very good machine.
thanks have a good day
October 14, 2008 at 8:53 pm #129108simeonParticipant
just thinking off the top of my head here…
if you used DualLoop10 and tied an expression pedal to the input level of both loops and another expression pedal to the output level of both loops inversely, you could use the first pedal to control the input to the loops and the other to crossfade between them
if you used a drum machine to send midi clock to the eclipse and set the t_loop parameter to 4 bars, then you could record a 4 bar phrase into one side… and then rocking the pedal would then fade out that loop and bring up the other, which you could then record a different 4 bars into. the first pedal would control the input to the loops, allowing you to jam over them, or add more material
i guess it could be done, but there are easier ways to achieve this goal, i guess!
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