What delay for live dubbing?

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pavle
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What delay for live dubbing?

Post by pavle » Sun Dec 30, 2001 10:30 pm

what about delays when playing live? .... how can i put delay on my guitar when playing live? are there any pedals, any effects? what can i do??

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What delay for live dubbing?

Post by Nematod » Mon Jan 14, 2002 9:33 am

theres plenty of options: <BR>1&#41;. go vintage ; space echo , stage echo , copicat , echorec etc <BR>2&#41;. get a delay modelling unit, eg Line 6 delay, this copies the sound of vintage equipment <BR>3&#41;. get some guitar pedals eg boss etc &#40;very mediocre&#41; or if you want a typical tape sound try the akai headrush <BR>4&#41;.be smart and get a lexicon vortex cause they are one of the coolest things iv ever used ;&#41;

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What delay for live dubbing?

Post by interruptor » Mon Jan 14, 2002 10:34 am

some info on the vortex: <BR> <BR>The "Vortex" is a discontinued digital effects processor from Lexikon which some people highly appreciate. It can generate echo &#40;loops&#41;, phase, flange, chorus, tremelo, pan and vibrato in different combinatons. The most outstanding feature is that you can morph seamlessly between 2 complete set of parameters using a foot pedal. This way extraordinary effects sounds can be generated. The programming of the module seems to pretty complicated though.. <BR>More Info can be found at Andy Butler's Vortex page: <BR><A HREF="http://members.aol.com/soundfnr/vortex.htm" TARGET="_top">http://members.aol.com/soundfnr/vortex.htm</A> <BR> <BR>peace <BR>The Interruptor

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What delay for live dubbing?

Post by Nematod » Fri Jan 18, 2002 9:45 am

once youve read the manual and the notes available at andy butlers site , its not so difficult to program, but you really need an expression pedal and a momentary footswitch and a latching footswitch in order to control it entirely hands free. unlike some other digital delays , theres no messing about with milliseconds and calculators , you like a patch , want to get the echos in time with the music? you can tap the tempo on the footswitch and it will work it out automatically !

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What delay for live dubbing?

Post by andy butler » Sun Jun 06, 2004 9:52 am

Andy Butler's Lexicon Vortex site is <BR>no longer at that address. <BR> <BR>www.andybutler.com/vortex/ <BR> <BR>is the new place.

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