I like to call this feature, "What the hell was that?" This has been mentioned on the list before, I don't think there is a solution, save, "Don't do that anymore." The material that was part of a previous loop is still in RAM until you replace it or reboot--so just try to enjoy it 8^) and definitely pretend you meant to do it! Gary -----Original Message----- From: Jesse Ray Lucas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 9:08 PM To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com Subject: EDP memory replay weirdness... I am getting some seemingly erratic behavior from the EDP right now. I am playing with Reverse, Forward, and Retrigger, and sometimes for no apparent reason it begins playing back through the contents of its memory and I am hearing loops that I was playing with before the last General Reset I did. I understand loop windowing as a feature, but it shouldn't be able to get to material that existed prior to a General Reset, right? I am also not doing any kind of Multiply/Undo maneuver. Just Reverse, Forward, and Retrigger, rhythmically. Anyone else have this kind of behavior/problem? Or is this one of those instances where it is just best to "take off the lid and reseat the RAM." and hope that it goes away... -J P.S. I can send Parameters, if required...