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Re: EDP MIDI sync problem
Thanks for the info. I can deal with that. One of thing I was hoping
would be in the EDP is a bypass switch, though I don't see on one
the footswitch. Do folks usually is a separate bypass switch before
the input to the EDP to switch from loop to non-loop?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Claude Voit" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2001 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: EDP MIDI sync problem
> > willby wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm a proud new Echoplex Digital Pro owner, which I love. However, I'm
> > having
> > a problem syncing the EDP to a MIDI clock coming from a drum
> > machine/sequencer.
> > I've got the MIDI Out of the drum machine to MIDI In of the EDP; I've
> > also got MIDI
> > Thru on the EDP to a separate (#2) drum machine's MIDI In.
> > The drum machine #1/sequencer is set to generate MIDI clock & it's
> > MIDI channel
> > is set to 10. Indeed when I start it & the EDP is on I can
> > successfully sync the
> > second drum machine to the first drum machine's clock (can change
> > tempo
> > on drum machine #1 & drum machine #2 matches it all day).
> > However, even though I've got the EDP set to 'Sync In' & set to 8/8s
> > beat & set to
> > MIDI channel 10, any loop I put in (after starting the drum machine
> > #1 clock) does
> > not seem to follow the tempo of the other drum machines. The loop goes
> > in, but
> > when I vary the tempo on drum machine #1 (which drum machine #2
> > happily
> > follows) the loop I've put in the EDP stays the same tempo.
> > Any ideas as to what I may be doing wrong here? Thanks in advance for
> > your
> > time.
> your doing fine but you are expecting too much
> the echoplex cannot follow tempo changes as they occur because it would
> mean time stretching the loop lenght on the fly wich is yet to be seen
> in a looper (Repeater will do that when its out)
> so youre stuck (as everybody btw) to one tempo per song