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Re: Steve Lawson masterclass, Northern California, Jan 28th

Actually, yes, the case is being redesigned in the change from prototype 
production.  The design for the production cases will be going out this 
week and will have the following:

On the back:

Inputs: left and right 1/4" connectors
Main outputs: left and right 1/4" connectors
Two auxiliary outputs: left and right 1/4" connectors
MIDI in, out, and through connectors
Ethernet network connector
Power connector

On the front:

8 track selection buttons
1 all track selection button
1 play/stop button
1 record/overdub button
4 user programmable buttons
2 buttons and a dial for changing parameters and selecting menu items.
1 vacuum flourescent display for messages to the user
8 track lights to indicate the status of each track
1 power switch

--On Monday, December 12, 2005 8:21 PM -0500 David Kirkdorffer 
<vze2ncsr@verizon.net> wrote:

> Pictures of the front/back and input/output areas would be nice... are
> these still in flux?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob Amstadt" <bob@amstadt.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Monday, December 12, 2005 7:41 PM
> Subject: Re: Steve Lawson masterclass, Northern California, Jan 28th
>> Unfortunately, no manual is available, yet.  I have been racing with 
>> trying to get everything ready for NAMM.  Steve is one of the two beta
>> testers of the Looperlative LP1.  He's has been nice enough to learn how
> to
>> use the unit without a manual.  Based on the great deal of work still 
>> to be done before the show.  It looks like no documentation will be
>> available before the show.  I apologize, but I'm behind schedule on
>> making the design changes between the prototype units and the production
>> units. It is my goal to have the first production units before the NAMM
>> show.
>> I'm also hoping that our two beta testers will be willing to share their
>> experiences with all of you as well as with me.  I intend to rely very
>> heavily on their opinions to determine which features need to be
>> implemented first.  I feel very strongly that the electronics are solid
> and
>> that the features that musicians need can be implemented with a simple
>> software upgrade to the unit.  The nice thing about these units is that
>> software can be upgraded without swapping chips.  New updates will be
>> made available over the Internet as soon as they are ready.
>> So, over the next year, the number of features will likely grow fairly
>> rapidly as I get reports back from the field.
>> --On Tuesday, December 13, 2005 12:40 AM +0100 Per Boysen 
>> wrote:
>> > On 12 dec 2005, at 23.02, Steve Lawson wrote:
>> >
>> >> will be demoing the new Looperlative LP1 looper, which is being
>> >> premiered at NAMM - see www.looperlative.com for more on that. It's
>> >> an amazing unit.
>> >
>> >
>> > Very interesting! Bob posted a brief teaser here the other month. Do
> you
>> > know if there is a detailed manual available so one can find out  what
>> > you can do with this box? I'm not going to NAMM ;-(
>> >
>> > Greetings from Sweden
>> >
>> > Per Boysen
>> > www.looproom.com (international)
>> > www.boysen.se (Swedish)
>> > --->  iTunes Music Store (digital)
>> > www.cdbaby.com/perboysen
>> >
>> >