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RE: EDP Delay+Mute Mode Request
Hi Mattias- thanks for the reply! Sounds like it will all be ok- :)
In regards to me confusing you: I simply meant that the original idea
was discussed, then there were somewhat lenghty pauses in the thread
(imo), and then the post you made had some portions of posts from others
on the subject mixed in together. It was a bit hard for me to understand
Thanks again. I hope the weather in Oakland is as beautiful as it is in
L.A today- Cheers!
From: Matthias Grob [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2002 3:53 PM
Subject: RE: EDP Delay+Mute Mode Request
>This is getting confusing to me-
fine, you bring clairty:
>For me- I would like to be in Delay mode, press Overdub to capture a
>loop, Mute that loop, continue playing, Un-Mute the loop in the exact
>state I left it in-
that how it is
(just that in Loop3, the state of Overdub had no influence during
Mute, which I find simply wrong now)
>I understand fully the desire of fellow list members to be able to Mute
>the loop and still add to it without hearing the results until it has
>been un-muted and I don't think that should be sacrificed.
and its not even in question
>Personally I can't see that I would want to come out of Mute in delay
>mode using Overdub- which seems confusing because Overdub is used to
>capture loops in delay mode-
right, but maybe the other way round:
you have a loop frozen (Overdub red)
press Overdub the loop comes back as it was but immediately fades.
Or (in some later upgrade?):
Overdub continue doing its job without touching Mute. Means that you
can stay in Mute and decide with Overdub when you want to change it
while its in silence.
I think it would be more interesting for the DelayMode but in general
make things more complex and less consistent without changing that
>I hope I am not confusing the issue more- but such length between
>comments and the posts getting combined throws me a little- Thanks.
now you confused me: what do you mean by this last sentence?
>From: Matthias Grob [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 8:41 PM
>Subject: Re: EDP Delay+Mute Mode Request
>I dont quite understand what you are saying here, but you are right
>that there may be the desire to make a muted loop sensitive or
>frozzen in DelayMode.
>Now when you press Overdub, you automatically come out of Mute.
>Is that wrong?
>Or does anybody use Overdub to come out of Mute?
>>Extra button presses and delay- I would have to Mute- Record- Un-Mute-
>>instead of just Rec- Mute (then un-mute later when I want the loop
>>I would assume that even in Delay mode once I hit Overdub to capture
>>loop the only way to add to it would be to hit Overdub again, add,
>>Overdub again to re-capture the loop. I can see how adding to a loop
>>hearing it can be fun- but I would just use the Mix knob myself-
>>> can't you just unmute after you play what you want in the loop?
>>> (instead of before)
>>> i think that's what they intended for this feature...
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Om_Audio" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>>> Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 3:34 AM
>>> Subject: EDP Delay+Mute Mode Request
>>> > I see that Mute silences the Output but for me it would be
>>> > if it also silenced the input to the loop in Delay mode- I use
>>> > mode then Overdub to grab chunks of my playing and
>>> > down the chain- I wonder if I am missing something that allows
>>> > already? If not- is it possibly included in the upgrade? Thanks-
>> > > Cliff
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