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Do I have to fork out for a loop pedal?
No fucking laptopz.
ok you can try rig yourself a pedal to play the 'beep' tone that you can plug into the remote/headphone input to a cd/mp3/ player.
loop pedal will be the best bet though
all the smelly people who know about guitars & technology will look in this one anyway: if i put some 12s or 13s on my guitar and tune it down to drop C or something will i need to get it setup professionally? it'll be well floppy if i don't right?
unless the dropping down to C reduces the tension to what normal strings would be in E
the ones you used to have to load computer games from back in the day, remove the record buttons and maybe glue something to the play button to make it easily pressed with your foot, and have a different sample on different cassettes, and have more than one player all running into a cheapo behringer mixer with one out put. Someone should make an ipod app that divides the screen into squares and lets you trigger samples
for my Amiga....I disembodies a joystick and used the buttons as foot triggers.
if you can find an old multitrack with a answerphone looping cassette..that can work wonders too (then you cna use any foot pedal with it)
2. stomp on ipod play button
Rubbish magic trick or something?
two or three of these:
and one of these (optional):
i think there is someway of setting up a roland sampler to be triggered by foot switches, not too sure though.roland can sample through any headphone jack input very easily.
Do you need to do this for a gig or something?