1. (L-R) Undo, Play/Stop, Record. And Electrix may make it possible to select button functions at a future date. 2. The unit is noticeably less buggy with the new software. The update also allows the Repeater to be added to the FX loop of a mixer (with the option of muting the dry input). Like Mark said, it's a hot little number. Placing it before an amp becomes an issue of getting a good signal to noise ratio without clipping. When dialed up properly, the Repeater is pretty quiet (IMO). But getting a good signal without clipping can be tricky if the input has a lot of range. Also keep in mind that I don't perform with a Repeater. I use it for composition, recording, learning, etc. But it will soon be apart of my performance. When it is, it will most definitely be *within* the loop of an amp or mixer (FWIW). -- Tim -----Original Message----- From: cameron street [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 12:56 AM To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: Repeater Info please Howdy, i'm going buy a repeater soon, but i need to clear a few things up. 1. The 3 button footswitch, are the controls, stop/play, record, and [taptempo], or stop/play, record, and [undo]? Undo would be fabulous! 2. Has the new downloadable software improved things, Does the unit still have to be in the effects loop of an amp, [line level] to reduce the hiss?.