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Re: Repeater-- Speculation and disinformation

Well we sure don't want to go back to the days of the JamMan versus  
Echoplex flame wars. I was lurking back then, too. (Actually, I've  
been lurking for, what, a decade, on and off? Someone should ask  
about LiSa, just for old time's sake.)

Hey, since I'm here, I'm awaiting a Receptor. I'm eager to see if  
Mobius will run on it. Loopy Llama does, anyway, along with a lot of  
pretty cool delays. I'll post if it does (or not) when I can test it  
(once I get it).

On Oct 13, 2005, at 6:45 PM, Travis Hartnett wrote:

> Oh, I don't know about that--SVG has a Repeater and seemed to be
> reporting different behavior than you are.  I don't think there's a
> Repeater-bashing tendency on the the list.  The Repeater seems to have
> some quirks that are all the more infuriating because of the
> unrealised, yet quite visible potential of the overall concept.
> Perhaps if there was a Repeater FAQ on the Tools of the Trade page,
> this sort of misinformation wouldn't keep cropping up?  Kim's always
> looking for contributions for those pages.
> TravisH
> On 10/13/05, mark sottilaro <zerocrossing2001@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hey gang,
>> I know this is kind of weird, but I notice that you
>> often read replies to Repeater questions/posts with
>> some kind of negative speculation or comment and as
>> far as I can tell you don't own one and maybe never
>> have.  Why do people do this?  It usually goes
>> something like, "oh I don't think the Repeater does X"
>> and then I or someone else comes on and corrects you
>> (I remember comments of really long latency come to
>> mind [it's around 14ms])  It seems like pointed jabs
>> at "the other guy" similar to cartoons of Calvin
>> pissing on a Chevy logo.  I must admit the day I see
>> an Echoplex with a Calvin sticker pissing on an
>> Electrix logo I'll pee my pants.
>> It's fine to ask a question about a piece of gear like
>> "how does one save a loop to memory on the Repeater
>> (answer: when you choose the CFC memory it happens
>> automatically upon closing the loop the first time),
>> but a pointed statement like "BTW, the Repeater also
>> is unable to save to a CFC card without stopping the
>> loop isn't it?" just fuels misinformation and rumor.
>> Mark