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Re: future loopers

At 1:02 PM -0700 8/16/03, Nic Roozeboom wrote:
>The ability to have multiple (indexed) subloops as elements of the 
>'loop' (loop concept used here as decoupled from a fixed-time 
>paradigm, but used more as a logical entity). The subloops would 
>have an arbitrary repetition time.

I build a simple four-track looper in my Orville. It's delay-based so 
it lacks a lot of fancy manipulation features, but it does offer the 
chance to have four loops of different lengths synchronized to a 
common time base. I similar algorithm could be easily programmed 
without the common time base, so that the loops could be in 
completely arbitrary relationships.


Richard Zvonar, PhD
(818) 788-2202