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Re: Looperlative LP1 - sample rate

Wow. Exciting!!! I REALLY, REALLY hope it materializes. I love my  
Repeater and rely on it heavily, but it is just not holding up very  
well in public performance because of various sound quality issues.  
I'm ready for a replacement and have given up on waiting for my MK2  
to arrive.

On Dec 13, 2005, at 2:29 PM, Ronan Chris Murphy wrote:

> I checked out the web site and this box looks really cool! I saw  
> that the current sample rate is 48k, while sonically that is OK, if  
> I was building this box I would think seriously about 44.1. This  
> could open up more possibilities down the road for seamless  
> compatibility via the ethernet connection. It seems at some point  
> you would be able to take things off of CD and import them into  
> Looperlative as loops, but more importantly if you performed a  
> really beautiful loop(s) on Looperlative, it seems that you could  
> at some point transfer that to your computer and mix and or master  
> from those files with out going through a quality degrading re- 
> sample to make it commercial CD compatible.
> Ronan Chris Murphy
> www.venetowest.com (Production & mixing: King Crimson, Chucho  
> Valdes, Steve Morse, Terry Bozzio, CGT...)
> www.homerecordingbootcamp.com (Workshops around the world teaching  
> the art and craft of recording )
> www.livesofthesaints.net (The hottest ambient noise duo since Sonny  
> & Cher)
> On Dec 13, 2005, at 12:28 PM, Bob Amstadt wrote:
>> MIDI sync is not in yet, but it is currently on the top of the  
>> list of software features to be added.
>> Feedback control is in the current software and can be controlled  
>> from the front panel or via a foot pedal.  MIDI button control of  
>> feedback is on the list of features to be added.
>> Manual faders exist for each track and can be controlled via the  
>> front panel or a foot pedal.  Automatic fading is a feature on the  
>> software to do list.
>> --On Tuesday, December 13, 2005 11:46 AM -0800 mark sottilaro  
>> <zerocrossing2001@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> That does indeed sound like a Repeater/EDP killer!  I
>>> didn't see anything about it's ability to sync to a
>>> MIDI clock or have variable feedback.  Two "must have"
>>> feature of a looper in my world.  Man, if it did
>>> direct to overdub... feedback control AND fade control
>>> on each channel (have a loop fade while you start to
>>> build another on another track)  That would be sweet.
>>> Mark
>>> --- Doug Cox <dougcox@pdq.net> wrote:
>>>> Heya gang,
>>>> Not that you couldn't go get this info with a bit of
>>>> browsing, but I've
>>>> compiled all of the things I could find here and at
>>>> Bob's site into a
>>>> blog post at my blog site.  You're invited to come
>>>> by and take a look if
>>>> you want a condensed version of what we know so far.
>>>> http://www.uncledig.com/blog/archives/44
>>>> I have Bob's blessing on this (thanks Bob!).
>>>> There's also a chance that I'll be doing a phone
>>>> interview with Bob
>>>> sometime in the near future, and presenting that as
>>>> an audioblog
>>>> entry/podcast.  Maybe even a series of interviews as
>>>> the LP1 develops.
>>>> No promises on that just yet - but I think we can
>>>> figure something out.
>>>> You're welcome to email me offlist if there are
>>>> things you'd like to see
>>>> addressed in an interview like that.
>>>> Definitely planning some phone interviews with other
>>>> loopstars from the
>>>> list.  I'll leave you in suspense on that one :)
>>>> Also, if you snoop around, you'll see that I'm in
>>>> the beta testing
>>>> stages of an interesting musician's online community
>>>> at the root of my
>>>> domain (http://www.uncledig.com).  It's just getting
>>>> started, but if you
>>>> read through it and like what you see, feel free to
>>>> sign up and even
>>>> post some of your music in the appropriate category.
>>>>  I'll post about
>>>> this to the list again very soon, once I get all of
>>>> the features fully
>>>> tested and online.
>>>> Loop on, loopsters.
>>>> Doug
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