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Re: EDP NextLoop question

Hey Travis,
I am not sure i am understanding your mail right,
perhaps i havent discovered this hidden option,how do
you copy an existing loop over another already
recorded loop?are you talking about perhaps insert?
This were the kind of requests i was asking the
developers before the powerful loop IV came out!for
example Next record is an awesome function but the
best thing thats ever happened to me lately is setting
direct access to different loops mapped on the
FCB1010!anybody that owns and EDP and only uses the
EFC-7 doesnt know what he is missing,the EFC-7 is just
an appetizer!!

--- Travis Hartnett <travishartnett@gmail.com> wrote:

> Recently I was delighted to discover that on the EDP
> you could copy an
> existing loop over another already-recorded loop
> when using the MIDI
> commands for direct loop access (instead of the
> NextLoop button on the
> EFC-7).  This has been something I've been wanting
> to do but hadn't
> discovered it in the manual.
> What I'm wondering is if there's a way to start with
> something in Loop1,
> then record that to Loop2 while overdubbing (I
> already know this can be
> done), and then go from Loop2 to Loop3, without
> pause, copying not Loop2,
> but Loop1 to Loop3, overdubbing as I go.  This would
> allow me to set up a
> percussion track on Loop1, play a verse as Loop2 and
> then go straight to the
> chorus for Loop3 with no interruption.  Currently I
> have to go back to Loop1
> and the to Loop3.  I'm doubting the software
> supports it, since it seems to
> violate one of the underlying principles of the Loop
> software, i.e. "All
> operations are based on the current playing loop",
> but it can't hurt to ask.
> TravisH


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