Does this mean that it would be legal to sell the EDP as a do-it-yourself kit? I suppose it's the software in the box that's really the thing of value. Hmmm, for UNIX we have Gnu, for Loop how about Gnuoop? An open architecture looping software foundation could be interesting. A Loop OS written in tiny C and ported to any number of micro processors. I can see it now, a looping box with internal hard disk, PCMCIA, expansion slots, delay times in terms of hours, not seconds. Oh, oh, time to get back to work! Allan Kim Flint wrote: > > Gibson doesn't own the echoplex, they license it from Aurisis Research. >And > the license is... non-exclusive!