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Re: Repeater as multitrack recorder
though i don't know about using it as a multitrack as such,
the original track will be a "virtual" track until you overdub on it,
only using storage space for a single cycle.
or so i gathered from the manual.
or maybe i am misunderstanding you,
the original track would be looping under the entire thing unless you mute
> You can't have one track shorter than another, so this would probably
> kill any idea of using the Repeater as a true multitrack recorder. You
> can do a loop multiply function, but you'd be stuck with the same x bars
> looping under your other tracks. If I were you, I'd look into some of
> the new devices by Korg and others like the PXR4
> Mark Sottilaro
> Gary Phillips wrote:
> > I am very interested in the Repeater. I've used a Jamman
> > for years and am into digital recording. I'd like to use the
> > Repeater as a very quiet (no moving parts or hard drive wine)
> > multitrack recorder in addition to its looping capabilities. Is it
> > possible to have a rhythm loop established on one track and to
> > overdub for 4 minutes or more on a pair of tracks while listening
> > to the rhythm part looping ? Or does the rhythm track have to
> > be a continual sample just like the tracks to be overdubbed ?
> > 'Course I suppose I can also use an extenal drum machine
> > locked to the Repeater, correct ?....So I guess my main question
> > has to do with recording time. Granted, I'll have to have a larger
> > memory card-128 Meg plus.... Thanks.....
> > --
> > gary
> > @friendlyspider.com