A source of Loop info on the Lexicon JamMan. JamMan Diagnostics – from the JamMan Service Manual. JamMan Memory – A collection of posts from the. I’m a guitarist, and I use a Lexicon JamMan for looping, as well as a Lexicon . to put my Vortex into the feedback loop of the JamMan manually, using a mixer. More info on the Digitech JamMan than anyone could ever want, and more is on its way! You may also be interested in the Looper’s Delight pages for the legendary Lexicon JamMan. Since there is some Digitech JamMan manual ( pdf).

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After that you can select one of 3 functions: If anything, the display on the plex is a lot more informative and the footpedal is certainly more useful than those offered for the Jamman.

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Both can also be controlled with midi if you happen to be among the adventurous few willing to try such modern networking architectures. Software upgrades are available, see below, but these either add very little, or are essentially unfinished and not claimed to be reliable.

jmman Same with the jamman. There’s also these really talented guys doing this “street” type music with samples, turntables and stuff He could monitor all his samples and loops via a mixer in his own setup, and have his “click loop” only show up at his mix, and not to the mix he sent out to the desk. Also, if you run the output of the looping device back into a mixer input channel, you can send that signal to other effects, through additional SENDS. Anyways, I have been running the Jam Man on the effects loop of a small mixer, with my bass and guitar and a microphone plugged into the inputs of the mixer.


So, this allows me to do something like it.

Historywritten by its main engineer Bob Sellon. As things build, you can turn the feedback down and let a loop fade, then turn it back up and add more to the loop while the older material floats in the background. It’s a short stretch to figuring out the temporal center, usually in BPM’s. That seems sort of limiting to me, but even so I think it can open up a lot of doors for you if you haven’t been using it much. Lexicon’s JamMan Knowledge Base page. Tapping using the cheesy footswitches that come with the Jam Man is OK but the response time using MIDI to tap is almost instantaneous and my rhythmic loops have gotten noticeably tighter.

There are several pieces on the new record where this stuff will be inevidence. If you are buying it anyway, why not let some of your cash go to your favorite web site? I decided early on to make it my mission to utilize looping in every way available to me in order to expand the palette of the usual band.

Jammab been meaning to try something like this for a long time. He would at times send midi clock to the drummer and to the delays in cases where we wanted hard sync. Even if you never get passed those, you can open up a whole new world in your music and have a maual time with it. Looks like we, loopers, are finally coming out of the closet!

If you are using an 2. Since I’ve hardly begun to get into this looping business, the first thing I was envisioning myself doing was building up a 4 or more layer loop bass, rhythm, percussive sounds, synthsave that off, solo over it for a while, start and build up another 4 layer loop, save that, and maybe do this a few more times, then be able to switch between the already constructed, layered loops as sections of the song.


You still have to have the mode knob set to the correct MIDI quarter note setting for syncing to drum machines etc. You are a rare case then.

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I’ve found this particularly usefull in gradually changing the “character’ of a loop or when working with a percussionist, fading a loop out, having a percussion solo section, then rebuilding a different loop at the same tempo as the pre-percussion solo loop. I use it with all 32 secs of delay with about 15 regeneration. The simplest thing is to record one thing in loop 1, another thing in loop 2, something else in loop 3, etc, etc, and then switch between them.

A friend of mine has a JamMan. I played this pattern using chords on my Stick as opposed to single notes and then played other synthy sounding stuff in real time above the loop.

Only one loop can play at once, and loop time is fixed with the first loop. When I heard about the Jamman, I ordered one. The plex can sync to pulses, using the BeatSync input. Whatever it is, it’s not SIMMs, and it’s expensive, and you can’t put more than 32 secs into the box.