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Re: Echo Pro successfully syncronised to sequencer

man, you're not having any problem with sync?!  i bought an echo pro about
six months ago for the reverse thing and it didn't sync for crap.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Eric Williamson" <erwill@suitandtieguy.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 3:30 AM
Subject: Echo Pro successfully syncronised to sequencer

> i'm sure other people here have done this by now , but i'm rather
> excited.
> i bought a Line 6 Echo Pro on a whim (it was cheap). i currently loop
> with a PCM-80, but i can't afford a second one right now so i thought
> i'd have a go at this.
> i plugged it into my mixer and my MIDI interface, and fired up
> Numerology (the coolest MIDI sequencer ever) and thought i'd have a go
> at it. i set up presets in Numerology that sent MIDI notes out to the
> Echo Pro, and then spent 40 minutes trying to figure out how the Line 6
> unit handles the MIDI notes.  it was confusing because some of them are
> momentary, some latch, and some are switches. Numerology has a preset
> (they're kind of like patterns, but it's different) list and i named
> the presets for the functions they'd trigger, and the program switches
> presets on the bar-line ... that's how the syncronisation works.
> bottom line: i can now do syncronised rhythmic loops with this
> combination. i think it sounds better than the Repeater did, as well.
> being able to go to half-speed or reverse _at_the_bar_line_ also
> pleases me to no end. the Repeater had reverse, and it kind of had
> half-speed ... but there was no way to quantise those functions like in
> the Echoplex.
> yes, it's mono. it's also only 200 bucks. i can live with that for 200
> bucks.
> ---
> Eric Williamson
> www.suitandtieguy.com