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Re: making the switch from Repeater to Ableton Live
If you think of it it, write me, do.
I've spent a lot of time trying to make the crashes happen and thereby
deduce my error and have narrowed to 2 events that occasionally are
followed by a crash. Now, I've done my share of software debugging and
realize that there must be a crucial event that is hidden to me because
I can't make the same sequence cause a crash every time.
In all cases controlling the Repeater with the FCB1010:
1) Sending a group of functions via one button press. The group
containing 1 or 2 PC messages and 1 or 2 CC messages. And, everytime,
that group has had RECORD in it. (If I remember. the one that I get to
"crash" the most frequently is RECORD + Set Feedback level to 80% + Pan
Trk 1&2). If a "successful" crash occurs, the metronome suddenly
becomes audible (and really, really, really loud!).
2) Using my midi pedal again to control the Repeater, I hit the
MULTIPLY function twice. The tempo of my already existing loop speeds
I have reprogrammed my FCB1010 to make sure I don't have anything
hidden in my patches.
I suppose an optimist (or software developer) would say that these
instances are really feature enhancements, because I get more
functionality than expected!
On Friday, June 18, 2004, at 06:19 PM, msottilaro wrote:
> I'll look into what I was doing. I just can't think of it when I'm
> not looking at the unit itself. It was something silly.
> On Jun 18, 2004, at 4:29 PM, loop.pool wrote:
>> Your problems, though, I will bet money are something you are doing
>> (as Mark says), so you might try i