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We'll talk about one or two of your suggestions in yet another inept podcast at the end of the week, so get feedbacking into our faces!
On "2nd Anniversary", some feedbacking or ebowed guitar is joined by a slow and stark repetition of a klangy chord progression, perhaps signifying bells marking off an anniversary.
Returning to the stage, he used a variety of effects pedals to loop his instrument, build reverberating little chamber pieces, and make it sound like a feedbacking electric guitar.
Using your terminology, that graph means that C has to stop driving A at just the time that B starts “positively feedbacking” into A, it has to “kick in” at just the right time; if it kicks in too soon, there will be two things driving A and our rate of temperature increase will go up; if it kicks in too late, our rate of temperature increase will go down because neither will be driving A.
It’s been a LONG day; I taught one class this morning, listening to and feedbacking on 6 speeches two students successfully applied for zeros on 15 percent of their grades by not showing up, then I came home to pack up the car only to be faced with a dog who had a pronounced disinclination to being locked up in her crate.