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Re: EDP Insert question

Hi Michael,

1) Use the Replace insert mode, so you don't hear the change in the loop
until the subsequent repetition.

2) Try the "Flip" interface mode, if you haven't already, for a sort of
"soft replace" effect.  It takes some getting used to, but I think you
might like it a lot for what you're trying to do, and you won't hear the
change until the following repetition.  (Listen to Andy Butler demoing
this feature - which he invented! - at 

Have fun,

--Andre LaFosse
The Echoplex Analysis Pages:

Michael Peters wrote:
> haven't used the EDP for quite a while, and now I'm not sure how to solve
> the following:
> In the setting for this piece, I have turned the mix button far up to the
> 'loop' end - I want the original signal to be hidden, only the looped 
> is supposed to be heard over the PA. So after having recorded something, 
> EDP loops it and people can hear the loop.
> Now I want to make inserts. The problem is that while I record the new
> Insert, there is nothing to be heard - because I have set the EDP mix to
> 'loop'.
> Is there a way to hide the original signal - but not hiding it during the
> recording of an insert ? (the newest EDP software is installed.)
> = michael peters
> = www.michaelpeters.de
> = computer graphics + electronic music