NiM (no-input mixer improv with video)
The mixer is a Behringer Xenyx 1202 with a stereo pair going out to a Behringer UB802 that’s only there to mix in reverb and forward the mix to a crummy little Behringer UCA202 (I think) audio interface.
The pedals used are all homemade, you can find videos and blog posts about most of them on my website https://gavd.co.uk . They’re mostly Fuzzdog kits with a couple of Jed’s Peds.
For this sonic sketch, I used:
- Analog Bitcrusher
- Octave Master
- Echo Blue Delay
- Tube Screamer clone
- Bass Balls clone
I had the FX loop back into channel 1 going thru most of the effects, and the control room out to 2, and the headphone out via the Octave Master to 3.
I think with a bit of time and patience, there’s a lot of sonic potential, but because the whole thing is essentially feedback, little movements make huge differences!
It’s a lot of fun, and it really is something a bit different.