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Re: Solution for Stereo EDPs and Timing Drift: Three Critical Parameter Settings
The default setting on the Loop IV is Threshold = 0 --- yes?
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From: "Kim Flint" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2004 2:06 AM
Subject: Re: Solution for Stereo EDPs and Timing Drift: Three Critical
> Just to emphasize since others seem to have this issue: for stereo
> units, Threshold recording will cause the loops to go out of sync. You
> to set Threshold = 0.
> The threshold parameter sets an audio threshold so that loop recording
> not start until you begin playing. With stereo and threshold on, both
> will begin in a mode waiting for the audio. The audio will always arrive
> slightly different between the two units, so it will cross the threshold
> slightly different times to start the recording. The loops will therefore
> usually end up being slightly different lengths, and they drift out of
> sync. We tried for some time to think of a way to make this work but
> found it.
> At 07:26 AM 9/10/2004, Krispen Hartung wrote:
> >After struggling with getting my two new EDPs to sync in stereo via
> >BrotherSync, Kim Flint came in to save my Friday. My final parameter
> >settings are below, and I've noted the setting that did the trick in
> >addition to what is recommended in the manual.
> >Threshold=0 (THIRD CRITICAL SETTING, NOT IN MANUAL...NEEDS TO BE SET TO
> Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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