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Re: Echo Pro successfully syncronised to sequencer
ah, i see, i was talking about the rest of the delays and how they (don't)
sync. i'll try this sequencer note message method.
thanks for the heads up
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric Williamson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2003 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: Echo Pro successfully syncronised to sequencer
> On Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 09:25 AM, Lance Chance wrote:
> > 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.
> On Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 12:54 PM, | SquidLoop | wrote:
> > The looper doesn't have midi sync.
> no, it does not sync by itself.
> some of you may remember i was the first person to bring this list the
> bad news that it doesn't, after a phone call with an extremely rude
> person at Line 6.
> however, the Echo Pro looper is controllable through MIDI notes. that's
> what my post was about. i used a laptop with a MIDI sequencer to send
> the appropriate MIDI note messages required to syncronise the looper on
> the unit.
> this is easier than how i get rhythmic control out of the PCM-80: by an
> obtuse arrangement of modulation scaling and tempo mathematics.
> you may ask "but silly Suit & Tie Guy, why would you bother jumping
> through such hoops?" and i would answer "because now i have 2
> hi-fidelity loopers with balanced connections in the space which used
> to house my Repeater."
> Eric Williamson