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Re: repeater tempo question
No it will keep the current tempo if you push play before the current loop
is finished - And of course there is the "Tempo Lock" button .
----- Original Message -----
From: "rich" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 8:54 AM
Subject: repeater tempo question
> hey loopers,
> is it possible to do some sort of overall tempo lock on the Repeater?
> for example: if i record some drum loops onto the CFC. loop 1-4 are
> variations of a theme and recorded at 100bpm.
> lets say i tap in a tempo at 80bpm live...and i want to switch from
> loop 1 to loop 4, then back to 1 and such.
> even if i've tapped in 80bpm for loop one, when i switch to loop 4,
> it will go up to 100bpm as originally recorded, yes?
> is there any way to lock in the tapped tempo and ALL loops conform to
> i know this is a global feature in the new line6 echo pro...to have
> all the delays lock to a tempo as you switch between them.
> any suggestions?
> best regards,