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Beginning as a response to radio and phonographs, art commentary of the time began to speculate about the artistic effects of recorded music, which soon after became known as radiophonic art. This would also serve as the earliest foundation of electronic music. The most common technique of that era was the tape loop echo delay, which was achieved by physically lengthening or shortening the loop of tape during playback.
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The purpose of the FX loop is to keep time-based effects sounding good by putting them after the amp's front end distortion. A delay pedal going to the amp-input will result in "distorted delay", when "delayed distortion" sounds better. An FX Loop's Send comes after the preamp and the distortionso a delay pedal in the FX loop will delay the distortion and sound better.
I started out using some info from Bob Schwartz, retired EE. I give him credit for his article which I have edited and modified from computer equipment specific to guitar effect specific. What to do if something wet spills on your pedal or it falls into wet whatever?
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Musicians of all levels have a tendency to outgrow their pedalboards. This can lead to a number problems like cable management, pedal chain priority, and the obnoxious need to hop around end-to-end of your board to dial-in the right set of stomps. One solution to tame the constant pedal tap dancing beast lies in a new wave of compact devices which bypass your pedals in and out of the signal chain from a centralized location.
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