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Re: How does the EDP handle memory shortage in "more loops"?

>> If I'm playing with the setting "more loops = 4", does the EDP divide 
>> its RAM into four unique segments where each memory segment  thrown 
>> out the oldest layers are to make place for more? Or is this 
>> functionality global?
On Mar 15, 2005, at 11:54, Claude Voit wrote:

> yes  each loop has its own ram space ---undo
>> What I'm aiming at, is if loop windowing is cross-loop? So, if I'm in 
>> loop 2 and trashing like crazy with loop windowing, can fragments 
>> originally layered into loop 1 suddenly pop up there, in loop 2?
> I can happen but would be called a bug (lot of triggers, undos,and 
> windowing )
> pleasant when the RAM is full of something, upleasant when you just 
> booted and you read an empty RAM space  CRRRSHHHTTKKRR
> you can even attaign a disfunction of the EDP where the memory is read 
> from A to Z  when this happens you sit down and enjoy, you wont have 
> that sort of buggy poetry in a vst plug never
> these are NOT every day bugs so dont use this post to pretend the EDP 
> is buggy....

Thanks, Claude. I'm very fond of these EDP bugs. They make lots of 
musical sense ;-)

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
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