Yes, I do mean a silent track. Only one is needed, as it defines all four track lengths. Since nothing is on it, I went into overdub mode, but I think replace would work just as well, and not have any possible overlap. Mark Tim Goodwin wrote: > What is a "blank loop"? Do mean record a silent track at a desired >tempo? > This will create a loop with one recorded track, not a "blank loop". Do >you > then record over your initial reference track in "replace" mode or are >you > recording to a new track? > > The folks at Electrix mentioned that it's normal for the tempo readout to > flux by 1 or 2 tenths of a second from midi clock as the Repeater is in >midi > sync mode. It's not clear to me if it is a readout issue or if the >readout > is accurately displaying Repeater's true tempo. My assumption is the >later. > And I also assume that it's probably imperceptible as long as it is >always > with 1 or 2 tenths of a second from the clocked time. What do you guys > think? > > -- > Tim > > -----Original Message----- > From: Mark Sottilaro [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 9:30 AM > To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com > Subject: Repeater Synch Workaround. > > The only way I can figure out to defeat it is to first, > record a blank loop while in "USER" synch mode at a desired tempo, one >that > matches your sequence. <...> > > I wonder if I'd get better results if my midi clock were not going > through a MIDI merge, so that I can get footcontrol and clock.