Mf 104 loop in & out

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Mf 104 loop in & out

Post by slabwax » Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:03 pm

Im curious to know what people are using in the loop section of the mf-104. Please tell. I haven't experimented with mine yet. I should have by now, I've had the thing long enough.


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Re: Mf 104 loop in & out

Post by Bryan T » Mon Jun 20, 2011 7:13 pm

My favorite effects to use in the loop were a pitch shifter or a ring modulator. You'd hear dry signal, first repeat, and then every subsequent repeat would be increasingly pitch shifted or ring modulated. A truly amazing sound, in my experience.

A really choppy tremolo was also cool, as it would make things sound kind of glitchy.

More traditional effects would be phasing/flanging/chorusing. Watch out for distortions or fuzzes, as they can get out of control quickly.

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Re: Mf 104 loop in & out

Post by LivePsy » Mon Jun 20, 2011 7:48 pm

I think the design of the delay loop is not right. The first delay is just a delay, it is only the subsequent delays which get affected by whatever is in the external loop. Seems to me that the first delay should pass through the external effect also.
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Re: Mf 104 loop in & out

Post by EricK » Tue Jun 21, 2011 2:58 am

If you really want to be a second faster delay in there.
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Re: Mf 104 loop in & out

Post by Vitja » Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:18 am

My favorite is EQ... so you can color your delay... it can produce tape delay kind of thing.
Try with LPF or HPF...
Most interesting thing I did was hooking up a sampler with overdub... so things get very LoFi... with the long delay time.
A flanger is cool to... sometimes just a random feedback oscillation, it is very expressive.
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