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Re: Speed up learning EDP

On Oct 27, 2004, at 14:02, Luca Bonvini wrote:

> Hello Loopers,
> I'm working to learn EDP (IV) features.  Besides practicing and going 
> back to the manual I thought a table that shows functions and 
> parameters and their different interactions may be useful to keep 
> track of the miriads of possibilities. Something like functions in the 
> orizontal and parameters in the vertical and a reminder of the effect 
> at the cross points.  Does something like that already exists to your 
> knowledge? (of course we will need a table for Live Actions and one 
> for Midi Features for example)
> thank you,
> Luca

Nice idea, Luca! But would a table be sufficient? Maybe it has to be a 
system of hierarchic drop-down menus ;-)    because many commands give 
different effects depending on the settings of other parameters. Maybe 
it would be easier to make a list of "cool tricks" and then have each 
trick explained in a way that covers all levels.

Bernhard did a nice web site with Repeater tricks, something similar 
for the EDP would come in handy. If think there used to be a lot of 
hands-on tips at Andre LaFosse's home page.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
http://www.looproom.com (international)
http://www.boysen.se (Swedish site)