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johnnymad
any recommendations? i know there are a few out there.
Pockets McCoy
If you're after a passive loop, I'd say DIY...total parts cost couldn't be more than $25 at the very very most, and it'd take maybe an hour tops to put together. I wish I'd thought to sell feedback loop pedals...
johnnymad
i know diy is the easiest. i just don't have that much time to build anymore. i see you're in new orleans...interesting. i've never met anyone around here that's into modulars.
Pockets McCoy
Yeah, it's kind of slim pickings, unfortunately. I met a guy back in April at NoizeFest (which you should check out/play at next April if you can make it) with a Euro/Wiard 300 system I've been dying to check out, but my phone went through the washing machine and I lost his number, so I'm waiting and hoping he'll be there next year...

And as far as non-DIY loops go, I've had some very good times with the Audible Disease Rupture...I'm usually not a fan of things with photocells as a control element, but it works really well here, since it's a very imprecise and unpredictable way of controlling a very imprecise and unpredictable audio phenomenon. And the photocell can be switched off in favor of a knob...It's not buffered, though, so without something after it (just about any pedal will work...try an EQ or something that can be made transparent if desired), it does have a tendency to wreck things like the frame of your house if you're not careful.
johnnymad
i know there's another guy around new orleans that has a modular that did an album with a trombone player and another guy running max. the name of the group is box 3. do you know anything about that?
zerosum
http://www.bargeconcepts.com/vfb1.html

http://www.analoguehaven.com/devieverusa/eyeofgod/
johnnymad
i think i'll give this one a try. i'm almost done with finals, and will finally have some free time.

OculoRapido
Moogerfooger delay:

For your potential bemusement, another new Doktor Bob Test Drive, pitting a Remington steel guitar with 6 (count them) moogerfoogers against a Dark Energy. Some patch particulars are included in the video info, with MFs controlling DE params.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMFQgUmbqFE

Guitar and analog synths and drones: Something for everyone to hate ;-)

(Another light amusement, while watching the latest bc16 2008 backorder debacle [metal case excuse mix] on Muff's and chimerasynth forums... Run, Ben, run!)

Good luck to us all!

DB
SPUDBOY WILSON
I have an audible Disease RP-1 Rupture.
with the right combination of "stuff" this thing is very
art damaged I feed random stuff into it and record it and cut and paste my "samples" on another track. careful you may vomit.
http://www.noiseguide.com/product_info/audible_disease_rupture_rp1
johnnymad
ok, so i found another schematic online and built a temporary feedback loop with alligator clips. i noticed that even with no input plugged in, it still fed back. if i used switching jacks, could i use the feedback loop even if nothing was plugged in? i guess i'm asking if there's a way to have all the jacks pre-patched together.
snufkin
here's a super compact one I built based off the schem posted above works perfectly

johnnymad
Wow! i didn't know boss made a feedback pedal. they have so many cool discontinued pedals. they should bring some back.

i just finished mounting all the jacks and pots into a project box. i'll solder everything up whenever i get a chance. i'm really excited about this thing. you should all be prepared for a bunch of feedback demos in the your tunes section!
snufkin
johnnymad wrote:
Wow! i didn't know boss made a feedback pedal. they have so many cool discontinued pedals. they should bring some back.

i just finished mounting all the jacks and pots into a project box. i'll solder everything up whenever i get a chance. i'm really excited about this thing. you should all be prepared for a bunch of feedback demos in the your tunes section!


yeah it generates a tone based on what your playing when you depress the pedal

its actually basic pitch detector controlling an oscillator
good for drones

Behringer make a clone called the FD300
Nuuj
Other good options in a feedback loop pedal is an optional buffer amp with good headroom and the ability to switch polarity so one can select positive or negative feedback. A transformer is also interesting as it breaks the direct electrical loop while still retaining the audio loop. CV control of the feedback is also a great thing and only possible if there is a buffer amp.

I love my Barge Concepts.
greydominion
Death By Audio pedal Total Sonic Annihilation does just that. http://skywave.hostcentric.com/deathbyaudio/totalsonicannihilation.htm l
hawkfuzz
There is a big surge of them being made right now. I assume that it's something between how cheap they are to make and how much people are willing to pay for them.

Check out the ohnoho.com stuff. CHK CHK BOOM is a feedback looper with a momentary switch instead of a latching, and the Utter Stutter is that effect as a tremolo rather one level with a latching and momentary switch. I have both pedals and they are awesome! Especially the Utter Stutter with a expression in to control the speed of the tremolo
SPUDBOY WILSON
snufkin wrote:
here's a super compact one I built based off the schem posted above works perfectly


applause

your lil'green monster is very cool, well done,

I picked up a feed-backer from some one in trade for an old boss trem , one of those rare thingies jonny marr used, I never really had an application developed for it , but the feedbacker is waaaaay Trampoline cool

and rambling back to feed back loop stuff....

I purchased a Jomox T Resonator and a FMR Audio RNC1773 compressor
those two paired together are really swell
a future wank is to put the pair in conjunction with the Audible Disease RP1. the configuation might take some playing with but..... This is fun!
tuj
DoD resistance mixers are nice as well in combination with a feedback pedal so you can route parallel or do splits
Gregor Samsa
http://www.analoguehaven.com/devieverusa/eyeofgod/

Devi ever makes a pretty cool variant, its got a light sensitive receptor which controls the feedback knob! Ive got a truly beautiful disaster made by her, and the "eye" is pretty fun to play with.
SPUDBOY WILSON
POW!
Gregor Samsa wrote:
http://www.analoguehaven.com/devieverusa/eyeofgod/

Devi ever makes a pretty cool variant, its got a light sensitive receptor which controls the feedback knob! Ive got a truly beautiful disaster made by her, and the "eye" is pretty fun to play with.


I have heard about the circuits she creates

The mangler has fired my imagination
POW!
Gregor Samsa
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyNJlvoWIo8

Dwarfcraft just took the devi mangler to the next level lol
rafe127
I think it might be discontinued at this point, but I love noodling on this:

http://www.mackie.com/products/hmx56/

with 3-4 pedals of your choice... feeding things back into other things, great fun!

MindMachine
Dwarfcraft always have the best videos... that guy kills me. They have some pretty trick quality effects. Their prices seem reasonable.
analoglsd
snufkin wrote:
johnnymad wrote:
:wow: i didn't know boss made a feedback pedal. they have so many cool discontinued pedals. they should bring some back.

i just finished mounting all the jacks and pots into a project box. i'll solder everything up whenever i get a chance. i'm really excited about this thing. you should all be prepared for a bunch of feedback demos in the your tunes section!


yeah it generates a tone based on what your playing when you depress the pedal

its actually basic pitch detector controlling an oscillator
good for drones

Behringer make a clone called the FD300


Has anyone used the Behringer FD300?
I've got the Boss Super Feedbacker, but I'd be interested to see how the Berhinger stacks up.
Danotranto
I have a eye of god for sale for 60 bucks if anyones interested shipped pped
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