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Re: Line6 Echo Pro & MIDI lag
Thanks for the great replies everyone. In this case Bob wins the
prize. I failed to mention that between my FCB and the EchoPro lay a
bohemoth by the name of Digitech 2120. The lag was apparently in the
output of the 2120 as reversing the order of the two devices
(FCB->EP->2120) now delivers instantaneous response from the EP. In
fact I would have written this message sooner, but I was too busy
grooving over a loop in 5/4. Delicious.
This has revealed, however a bit of lag in the EP's MIDI THRU to the
2120. I think this will be tolerable, though since all I'm doing is
changing patches & flipping the occasional effect on & off. Might be
a problem using the FCB's CC pedals on things like wah or whammy, but
we'll see. I suppose if it does become irritating I could purchase a
dedicated MIDI splitter.
Thanks again everyone. I'm now in a new looping bliss with a
Boomerang, Vortex, and now a properly responding EchoPro. :)
On 12/15/05, Bob Amstadt <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Ok, here is the big question. What is in the complete MIDI chain and how
> is everything wired? If the FCB1010 is connected directly to the EchoPro
> without any other MIDI devices connected to the two units, does this
> problem still exist? If it does, I suspect that something is broken,
> because there is no inherent reason why the lag should exist.
> --On Thursday, December 15, 2005 1:18 PM -0800 Luis Angulo
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > todd that is strange, i had an echo pro at one point
> > which i was controlling with my FCB1010 and as far as
> > i remember it worked wonderful with no latency...
> > hello midi gurus?
> > --- Todd Pafford <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Hey all,
> >> With all this talk about latency and recent mention
> >> of the Line6 Echo
> >> Pro, I thought I'd pose a question to the group.
> >> I've noticed that in
> >> controlling my Echo Pro with my FCB1010 MIDI pedal,
> >> there's a wicked
> >> lag for the Echo Pro to respond to MIDI commands.
> >> Makes it nearly
> >> impossible to set accurate loop points, etc. Has
> >> anyone else noticed
> >> this with their Echo Pros? Really, I'm just curious
> >> as I doubt
> >> there's anything that can be done about it.
> >> Todd