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Re: EDP stumped
It was a good idea but it didn't work.
I set the EDP to MIDI channel 1 and the Alesis to MIDI channel 3, but I
still have the same problem. The Alesis has a menu option that disables
sending MIDI drum note messages. Just for grins I enabled the note messages
and you were right, the EDP goes nuts when it receives them.
Anyway, I'm still stuck. Any other ideas?
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Tidwell" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 2:46 AM
Subject: Re: EDP stumped
> All I can think of is to make sure the EDP & Alesis
> are set to different midi channels. If not, the Alesis
> would be sending note messages as well as midi clock
> to the EDP.
> --- Michael and Nikki <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Sigh.
> > I've read the manual. I've searched the archives.
> > You are my only hope.
> > SYNC=in
> > QUANT=loop
> > SWITCHQUANT=loop
> > 8THS/CYCLE=8
> > MORE LOOPS=2
> > SAMPLERSTYLE=run
> > My Alesis drum machine is sending MIDI clock, and is
> > set to a simple 4/4
> > pattern.
> > I record loop 1, no problem. I record loop 2, no
> > problem. While playing loop
> > one, I press NEXTLOOP. The Echoplex thinks (000),
> > then changes flawlessly
> > into loop 2. While playing loop 2, I press NEXTLOOP.
> > The Echoplex thinks
> > (000), then instead of changing at the end of loop
> > 2, it starts loop 2 over
> > (even says so on the LED) and gets about one or two
> > beats into the first
> > measure before changing back to loop 1.
> > I am losing my mind.
> > If it's the MIDI clock from the drum machine, then
> > why does it change
> > flawlessly from loop 1 into loop 2?
> > I can just turn off the SWITCHQUANT but this means I
> > have to tap NEXTLOOP on
> > the proper downbeat, and I would prefer to let the
> > EDP handle that while I'm
> > busy adjusting my effects pedals.
> > Help me.
> > Please, help me.
> John Tidwell
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