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 on: Today at 08:10:31 PM 
Started by Guitarbot1 - Last post by aliensporebomb
Was that a Washburn acoustic? 

I also liked the stereo percussion effects, it sounded like dancing on a wood floor with boots as the perspective pans left and right.  Very nice!

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 on: Today at 08:05:12 PM 
Started by aliensporebomb - Last post by aliensporebomb
I have recently taken to filming the aurora borealis we are lucky to see up here at times and create time lapse videos with original music.

Check it out if you would!



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 on: Today at 08:03:33 PM 
Started by mooncaine - Last post by aliensporebomb
I'm digging the Boss RC-300 quite a bit - it lets me do "live multitrack recording on stage" as I call it:


It's three loops with undo but you can do a lot with it.  Build up convincing representation of a band live with one person?  Check.  Do Frippertronics style looping in addition to song style?  Check (see
for info on how to do it).  Save recordings you did live for future use in a studio project?  Check. 

If I didn't have this?  There are tons of other options: Pigtronix Infinity, Electro Harmonix 45000 or 22500, and for basic stuff the TC stuff seems like they are offering compelling basic loopers.

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 on: Today at 07:53:47 PM 
Started by Rev_M - Last post by Rev_M
Attached is a collection of patches I've created or tweaked that cover a wide range of applications. The included PDF provides short descriptions of the patches and control settings.

My Kit:
Godin xTSA with piezo pickups
Sterling SUB fitted with a GK-2A pickup.
GP-10 (of course) => TC Electronic Flashback X4 => TC Electronic Arena Reverb
Several amps:  VOX Valvetronix VT20, Orange RT35, Ampeg Jet II J-12T

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 on: Today at 07:42:55 PM 
Started by Elantric - Last post by aliensporebomb
Emenee Tiger!  I had an Emenee red/black burst guitar but it was basically the same thing!  Oh man, I never thought I'd see another one again - thanks for posting that!

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 on: Today at 06:56:52 PM 
Started by Fusion - Last post by Deus02
an e.q and a an audio maximizer are two completely different things.
an e.q doesn't add artifacts into your sound, a sonic maximizer is built around adding a filtered feedback, as in, adding artifacts to your sound.
you can solve a some problems with either but they're inherently different.

Well, I am not sure about your artifact theory, however, unlike a Sonic Maximizer, one thing a separate(especially a Graphic EQ) adds to the mix is considerable extra unwanted noise, that is why I don't use one.

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 on: Today at 06:42:16 PM 
Started by CodeSmart - Last post by zapantalambda
Hello guys. Thanks for everyone's reply.
I guess the answer to my question is a No/not possible.

@gumtown - what i want to achieve is, i want to feed/patch the GR55 to my octa-switch, just like an analog pedal being fed/patched to a looper. so i can use the sounds of the GR55 but at the same time, i can switch/use the sound of my analog distortion pedal as well (when i need to). but i guess my question is just opening a can of confusion so i might as well disregard my idea.


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 on: Today at 06:36:11 PM 
Started by vablows - Last post by Tracy
add a 13-pin socket to the box too

Not surprisingly, I agree with your comments that dongles don't cut it, but if you want 13 pins there is already a product line/culture/religion for that direction. Fisherman seems to be all about wireless, for better or for worse.

Pity that while all current computing devices have multiple wireless ins and outs, Fishman seems to be anchored in an era of belief that devices manufactures install radio receivers and need help from USB dongles. which was that case maybe, what, 10 years ago?

However, it could very well be that I know nothing of which I speak and the magic that Fishman performs with their dongle can't be replicated with the receivers in current Macs, PCs and iDevices. It would be interesting to know which is the case.

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 on: Today at 06:06:32 PM 
Started by CodeSmart - Last post by CodeSmart
Although I have been quietly researching this in the background.
Yes I suspected that. It's a great idea of yours. However I thought bringing that matter up would confuse even further.

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 on: Today at 06:01:35 PM 
Started by Ron G - Last post by Vade
Sorry I couldn't help you Ron but I don't own a GT100 and so I can't give you any real feedback about running a GP-10 into one. I'm sure there are many folks here who would like to help but just don't have access to those exact pieces of gear to give you a specific answer.

I can say that I run my GP-10 output into a VoiceLive 3 (VL3) input without undue latency as discussed in posts #206 & #207 of the following thread...

http://www.vguitarforums.com/smf/index.php?topic=10523.200

For me, the effects available on my GP-10 cover a lot of ground and I probably wouldn't add another pedal for effects unless it were really special. The VL3 does add some nice pedal effects to the chain but I feed into the VL3 because it adds substantially different capabilities such as a solid looper and vocal effects.

Not exactly a specific answer to your question but perhaps it will be of help. Best of luck and welcome to the GP-10 club.

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