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Re: EDP NextLoop question
cool!!gotta go try it ill let u know how it goes thanx
for the tip
--- Travis Hartnett <email@example.com> wrote:
> The way that I do it is program some FCB buttons to
> access loops directly,
> so for example button 6 is Loop1, 7=Loop2, 8=Loop3.
> Then I start off recording something in Loop1. I
> have my autorecord set to
> Yes, and switchloop (or whatever that parameter is
> called) set to change
> loops at the end of the current loop. So now I've
> got Loop1 playing, and I
> press button 7, which sends a Loop2 command.
> The EDP display switches to the lame duck display
> while it waits for Loop1
> to complete, then it starts recording in Loop2.
> Now Loop2 is going, and I've still got my original
> Loop1. If I press
> button6 (for Loop1), it goes into lame duck again.
> During the lame duck, if
> you press button six again, it will then record over
> Loop1 just as if you
> were doing a loopcopy, or a nextloop into an empty
> loop. Super useful for
> Let me know if you can't replicate it from that
> description and I'll pass on
> all my parameters.
> On 12/18/06, L.A. Angulo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Hey Travis,
> > I am not sure i am understanding your mail right,
> > perhaps i havent discovered this hidden option,how
> > you copy an existing loop over another already
> > recorded loop?are you talking about perhaps
> > This were the kind of requests i was asking the
> > developers before the powerful loop IV came
> > example Next record is an awesome function but the
> > best thing thats ever happened to me lately is
> > direct access to different loops mapped on the
> > FCB1010!anybody that owns and EDP and only uses
> > EFC-7 doesnt know what he is missing,the EFC-7 is
> > an appetizer!!
> > cheers
> > Luis
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