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RE: EDP - newbie problem - feedback @ 100%, but loop fades away ...
It's possible. If you want to try the same fixes as Steve, please send
me your address
From: future perfect [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 25 November 2003 07:00
Subject: RE: EDP - newbie problem - feedback @ 100%, but loop fades away
I have had a similar problem like this once in awhile..I have a 1st
generation EDP (95? 96?) upgraded to LoopIV, and about once a month or
it misbehaves...With feedback all the way up (127) the loop still fades,
even when overdub is off. It takes about 6 minutes for a 10 second loop
die out, but presses of Undo brings it back. Could this be the 'crystal
tolerance problem' too?
> At 12:56 PM 11/24/2003, Andy Ewen wrote:
> >That sounds like a crystal tolerance problem. Send me your
> address and
> >I'll send a couple. They are a bit tricky to replace, but
> the problem
> >can often be cured by changing the audio Coded chip, (large 68-pin
> >affair on the left of the PCB) as some seem to accept a
> wider tolerance
> >on the crystals. I'll send a couple of these as well so you can try
> >that first. You will need a PLCC removal tool or you may damage the
> >chips but they only take seconds to swap out.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: steve jones [mailto:email@example.com]
> > I have a beige EDP v3.5, full memory with foot controller. I have
> >noticed a strange thing - when I record a loop and leave the
> >at 100% (fully clockwise) the loop seems to keep going indefinately,
> >but if I do some overdubs the whole thing starts to fade out very
> >slowly (over 10 mins or so).