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Re: loop deconstruction with Repeater
Wait, why are we thinking tracks? Think Loops. The Repeater let's you
do up to 99 of 'em. Why not just make each cord a loop? That way,
they could be put back together pretty easily in any order you'd like.
It's easy to do on the EDP, I think you could get the Repeater to do
On Friday, September 6, 2002, at 05:17 PM, Jon Wagner wrote:
> Anyone think it would be possible to make 4 copies of the full
> then slip each one the right amount of measures forward and back, then
> replace the right bits of each track with silence (overdub with
> to get a reordered progression? Certainly not an easy or even a
> viable live
> technique, but it would accomplish the stated goal without a sequencer.
> (instead of 4 copies the replacing with silence, you could just bounce
> the correct measures of the main track in the first place to each
> track. In other words 1 measure of chord IV on track2, one measure of
> i on track 3, etc)
>>>> I think what he does is chop the chord progression and reorder the
> chunks not
>>> That's my point. I can't imagine how you'd pull off
>>> that sort of manipulation, given the Repeater's
>>> interface. Suggestions?
>> So could you do that from the front panel? Depending upon the
>> of the sequence, probably not easily if at all.