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Re: Repeater: Crash or unwitting trigger?

hey kids-
sorry-i dont know anything 'bout repeeters-'cept they crash or go crazee
sometimes...something i have learned over the years is having redundancy in
yer rack setup(especially dealing w/ loop thangs!!).
from working w/ <the mermen> here in san fransiskee i have found out  that
anything crucial to yer sound is having a backup of some kind.(horriblee
written sentence,stan!)
i always got an edp backing up my pcm42-just in case.
were you playing a show zoe, or just messin?
either way its too bad-i feel yer pain...

> I've had this happen too (the sudden stereo track selection) and have 
> been mystified. It makes me feel a little better that others also suffer,
> but it scares me that no amount of practicing can fix these "errors". If 
> could learn more about what sequence leads to the errors, then maybe it
> would be possible to practice avoidance instead.
> Heck, I can understand that a device as complex as this might have bugs. 
> I sure do wish it would fail more gracefully!
> Love it, hate it, love it, hate it, love it...
>> i also have some sort of combination of patches that i
>> use that always triggers the stereo track selection
>> for 3 and 4, but i can't figure out what causes it,
>> but it has happened on a few occassions.  i;ve checked
>> and rechecked my paramaters and the only thing i can
>> think is causing it is by doing certain combinations
>> after doing others these problems will surface.  i'm
>> not sure how repeaters are programmed, but there could
>> be a variable or something that is never cleared out?