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Subject: RE: [motm] more with less

From: "Brousseau, Paul E (Paul)" <noise@...>
Date: 2000-04-21

I would think that an analog delay could delay a trigger, as I imagine it's
just a voltage spike. I suppose you might just need to be sure you get the
same amplitude coming out as in. And I suspect there might be some slew or

BTW, I listened to the 410-track yesterday, and I enjoyed it! Nice use of
minimalism and cut-ups. One possible recommendation: on headphones, the
panning is a little extreme and perhaps disorienting. I imagine its not
quite as noticable on regular moniters / speakers. Or maybe, that's what
you were aiming for; the rest of the piece is enveloping, so perhaps a bit
of disorientation is good. (Nice track by Hazard on the 'Lech' CD to that


> -----Original Message-----
> From:David Bivins [SMTP:dbivins@...]
> Sent:Friday, April 21, 2000 12:48 PM
> Subject:[motm] more with less
> I really love using one sequence to spawn many distinctly different
> events.
> I'm hoping that the lag processor will really open things up for me in
> this
> respect. I'd also be interested in something that can delay a trigger...
> can
> an analog delay be used to delay voltage triggers? Or do I need something
> like a string of capacitors?