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24th September 2005
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A Forat F16!

A Forat F16! I see in your rack ... Do you really still use it?
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ooh yah, what can i say, i'm old fashioned.
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Okay, I can't pass up a Forat thread. Hell, I just had my truck washed at Bruce's bro's place.


Michael,

Do you use it in realtime? Nudge things back to tighten the trigger time up?

How are you using it? Only anding one sample, or using multiple thresholds with different samples, different outputs, etc? How is your unit set up? (drive type, mem, remote?, etc)
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I have a pre trigger that goes into a delay and then I just tweak the sample unitl it's nice and solid. His triggers are fast but I still prefer doing it this way. I usually have two kicks and three snares that I mold around the existing sounds IF they need help, otherwise I don't use them. I don't use the thresholds, it's full level.
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