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Re: RC20 - EDP sync

See "SwitchQuantize" in the EDP manual.

There are various settings for when the EDP will switch to the next loop.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <mwsmart@insightbb.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2004 11:15 AM
Subject: Re: RC20 - EDP sync

> > >----- Original Message -----
> > sounds good, usually 2 color LEDs have three legs of which the center 
> > is ground.
> > maybe you get a better signal on the other side of the resistor that 
> > feeds the LED
> > 
> > probably you find a concrete instruction in the LD archive since I 
> > usually try to make such tricks available when I discover them... but 
> > this may be the less fun way :-)
> I found that note by searching for "RC-20 LED" in the 
> archives, thanks. I think if I do this I might get burned 
> by the fact that the LED is flashing even when the loop is 
> not playing. I would want it to only send synch pulses when 
> the loop is playing, requiring an "AND" of the Play LED  
> and the flashing LED. Maybe a surface mount TTL chip will 
> fit in there someplace.
> I have a question about Loop IV..I see in the manual that 
> if you have synch = In and you hit Record, the EDP will wait 
> till the next synch pulse arrives before it starts recording. 
> Similarly it will not stop recording till the next synch 
> pulse after you hit Record again. Does this also apply to 
> NextLoop? I am using the EDP with AutoRecord=On so I can 
> record several loops in series without a pause. It would be 
> cool if the EDP would wait for the next synch pulse after 
> hitting Next before starting the recording of the next loop.
> Mark Smart
> www.marksmart.net