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Re: Request help and advice on simple EDP process...(more)
One more thing... Was trying to deal with feedback in nextloop (as in
playing a loop in with feedback down via the knob) so as to only have one
repeat of the added cycle to the previous loop ... But it appears now the
knob doesn't work "that way"... No feedback pedal inserted, by the way...
By the by, more info is that this is recently returned from shane with an
absolutely clean bill of health... Has to be operator malfunction... Sorry
I'm lost... I never seem to know enough about this machine, even with all
the stellar printed stuff on the site... Which I have as a sort of second
On 3/29/02 1:51 PM, "todd reynolds" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear friends... Would appreciate some support on this one...
> Phil Kline is writing 24 looping etudes for me... So far after 4, all
> problems solved using EDP... Now I'm running into what would seem simple,
> but end up being complicated, problems...
> Basic concept of this etude is... Build up 5 loops, then play over it
> removing one loop at a time, leaving original two... Loops are 8 bars of
> at 48 to the quarter, so they're pretty long... Barlines are seamless,
> cannot have double button pushes... Having moreloops set to 5, by the
> First, the Undo option... Seems to take two button pushes to have
> happen anyway, then only partially undoes... So virtually unreliable...
> Next, the Nextloop option... Turns out I can do that sort of, by copying
> material, but cannot end record with nextloop, only with overdub so can
> use nextloop with two cycles inside one loop, etc..., then cycle back
> through the loops, back to loop 2, then back to loop 1, etc... The
> is that I don't really have the time at the end of the piece to go
> whole cycles to undo one level at a time using nextloop...
> Well, now I've confused myself... Is this clear enough to anybody to
> Questions... Is there something about undo that I'm missing? Such that a
> button depression would actually immediately take off layers without
> through a whole other cycle? Yes, there is plenty of memory available...
> And is there a way of using nextloop as a sort of overdub function?f
> Thanks in advance...