Anderton Posted April 12, 2004 Share Posted April 12, 2004 It was a Big Deal at the Frankfurt show, and probably many of you have received your April issue of EQ by now, where we did a Coming Attraction on it. Anyway, I've been beta testing it and helping with the manual, so I'm pretty familiar with it. If y'all have any questions, fire away. I will say one thing that wasn't mentioned in the coming attraction: It turns out that you can put a split within a split, so you could have (for example) four parallel effects. I'm going to try and see if I can emulate a Quadrafuzz type effect using this approach. The other thing the EQ piece didn't hit on was the two "Tapedecks" (hard disk recorders). One of the neat features is you can record a riff through the processors into one Tapedeck, transfer it to the other, play over the original riff, and record the combination. Basically it's kind of sound-on-sound but it allows building up really incredible textures if you're into recording patterns for loops and such. The miking of the speaker cabinets is cool, too. Craig Anderton Educational site: http://www.craiganderton.org Music: http://www.youtube.com/thecraiganderton Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/craig_anderton Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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