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Re: EDP development wish... Undo from the "bottom"/EDP Repairs
I'm glad you mention this. I've been really wanting this feature too,
although I imagine it's probably too late to squeeze into the upcoming
revision of Loop. Matthias and/or Kim - is this a possibility for
future revisions? I like the idea of reassigning Mute to accomplish it.
As far as Gibson repairs goes, I've had both good luck and bad. The
first time I sent my EDP in, it took 6 months to get it back (and it
still wasn't completely fixed). The second time, it was back within two
weeks. It might have just been a fluke, but for faster service I
recommend sending Shane a T-shirt with your Plex.
> Subject: EDP development wish... Undo from the "bottom"
> Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 22:00:14 -0800 (PST)
> From: Ken Cumali <Ken.Cumali@excite.com>
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> To any EDP developers, in case you still surf this list: What I wish for
> most would be an undo parameter setting that allows me to undo from the
> “bottom” (first material recorded) as well as the “top”. (That is to say,
> subtracting the first layer of sounds without altering the volume of the
> layers above it.) Understanding a little about the way the EDP uses
> for undo currently; I think I have a foggy idea of how you could make it
> this, if you want clarification. User interface-wise, I'd love to see the
> option to access this function two ways: A) by holding down another
> at the same, or B) re-assigning the mute button.