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In [this article](http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/oct05/articles/brianeno.htm) on the making of Eno's album *Another Day On Earth*, Eno says, "When I was playing parts live into the computer I would do processing through external boxes. I'd also sometimes feed stuff out of my computer through the Kaoss Pads. There's a lot of plugin processing going on. I'd usually print the processed track inside of the computer, and then push it back in time, because when there's a lot of processing you get latency problems. I like working like that, because I can do different things with the already-processed track." Additionally, the article's sidebar lists both the Kaoss Pad Mk I and II among his equipment.more
Patton also uses a CB radio mic that is plugged into a Korg Kaoss pad for added distortion and delay effects, as well as a pair of full-size megaphones miked with a Shure Beta 98 taped inside and a radio transmitter strapped to the side of each unit. In Patton’s vocal chain, Brennan uses Avid plug-ins for reverbs, distortion, delays, tape flanging and Leslie speaker simulation. - See more at: http://www.mixonline.com/news/tours/faith-no-more/424720#sthash.lLEGuRQB.dpufmore