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RE: Jam Man

I'm sorry- I was not clear at all- I was referring to the software updates 
for the Jam Man- The "Sellon" updates - I would like to upgrade the memory 
for sure- I need to price it to see how much- but I had heard something 
about a software/rom update and did not know if it was helpful or not- 

Also- someone asked if I was waiting for my EDP through Alto- no I was 
I had an order with a store here in L.A. and Gibson apparently really 
dropped the ball and is telling me all orders went out and no more 
production for at least 3 months which means more probably- I was very sad 
indeed- they tried to say there was never an order but this is completely 
untrue and the store I ordered through has printed proof to that effect- 
plus they spoke to Gibson many times before, during, and after the 
"factory relocation".

Any and all "prayer loops" to bring me luck are appreciated whether 
documented (recorded) or not- ;)

From:   daniel thomas[SMTP:dthomas@inprise.com]
Sent:   Wednesday, April 14, 1999 8:43 AM
To:     Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com
Subject:        Re: Jam Man

eight seconds is not enough to do extensive real time looping work.   You
will want to get the RAM upgrade, unless you intention is to use this 
as delay unit only.

Another interesting note re 'jam persons': They are not true stereo...all
sampled data is collapsed into mono... This makes any real time transition
from input stereo audio to loop playback audible.  :>(

Still, for the money, a cool tool... I have three of them daisy chained off
the midi out of my groove box.

Clifford Novey wrote:

> Hi all-
> Just got a Jam Man- was supposed to get my EDP today but got some
> discouraging info- will see if all works out-
> I just wanted to find out if anyone has the updates to the Jam Man and
> how it works, how to obtain, etc- Mine has 8 seconds, don't know if that
> matters-
> Thanks-
> Cliff