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Re: Sonic Koalas

Postby lordgalvar » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:55 pm

Area X sounded pretty good man!
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Re: Sonic Koalas

Postby Paul_C » Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:26 pm

Thanks - I've been having a lot of fun (from Birb onwards) using a Bakvendt as a freeze pedal, chopping it up with a Boss Slicer and then mucking about with all my other pedals.

I'm finding that pedals with a mix knob are brilliant for this as I can turn them on all at once and bring them in as and when I fancy without unwanted noise :)

This evening I'm going to run a Drone Thing at the start so I can play with the Bakvendt too - an hour or so's recording can produce enough nonsense for two or three tracks for YouTube.

If I can get 13 more done (which is possible but not certain) it'll be 100 in 2018, which will amuse me hugely.
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