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Re: EDP w/ Drum machine-sequencer needed?
Thanx for the reply, Dave! I will try it some more tommorrow, good news
a sequencer is not needed. I really appreciate the help, hopefilly we
this out. dave
>From: "David J. Grossman" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: EDP w/ Drum machine-sequencer needed?
>Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 21:51:29 -0700
>Hey, sorry I didn't get back to your other message. Sometimes I have a
>of time and other times I don't. :-)
>The clock signal from the Alesis should be sufficient to keep your loops
>sync. There's a little green light on the loop number indicator that
>signal the "1" and another green light to the right that shows each clock
>beat. Perhaps your drum machine's 1 is off. Or, perhaps you're clicking
>the loop change too late. This has always worked flawlessly for me but
>never used an actual drum loop. We just use a single click. Though, it's
>really the same thing. It's just a trivial sequence.
>Make sure that you turn the drum machine on after the echoplex is on.
>Try clicking the Next Loop button even earlier.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: DAVE BRAY
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2004 9:19 PM
> Subject: EDP w/ Drum machine-sequencer needed?
> I've been running an EDP w/ an Alesis SR-16 dru machine. 1 loop is
>fine, but using two loops makes the EDP miss half a beat, so loop 2 is on
>the upbeat. Is this because I need to run a sequencer w/ these?? thanx,