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Re: Advice sought - unbroken, seamless loops

On 18 apr 2006, at 15.54, Richard Roberts wrote:

> I have to de-lurk and go out on a limb here as well. Being one of  
> the few wind players here, I can tell you the only device I've  
> played that delivers truly seamless loops is the old Lexicon  
> JamMan. With flutes, playing long, sustained notes and building up  
> chords and pads, every other device I've tried does indeed have a  
> small bump at the beginning of the loop. I haven't tried the  
> Looperlative yet, however.
> I can see how a rhythmic instrument player, like a guitarist or  
> bassist might find this simply inane nit-picking, but at least for  
> the wind player, believe me, this little bump can be a major  
> aggravation. It's the main reason I'm still using Lexicon JamMans  
> and not something newer.

I did this flute intro with an EDP:
No bumps ;-)
Used: Overdub, HalfSpeed and Substitute Insert (quantized to "8ths  
per cycle = 16...").

I'v also found Mobius on a PC capable of producing seamless loops.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
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