Seriously! Not to beat a dead horse, but a hardware Mobius host (even
if it was just a mini-PC that boots straight into Mobius with onboard
audio/midi i/o) would be incredible.|
Well, the hardware version wouldn't munch up your CPU. So you
could use Ableton Live and all its goodies. And Mac users could use it.
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From: Joshua Carroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Oooh, and it would be even better if it had 8 stereo EDPs that
could run in or out of sync with eachother...
Oh wait, we're describing Mobius again...
I'll tell you exactly what the ultimate looper is. Save you
Essentially it would be a stereo (or even surround)
Echoplex. All the same functions.
Rock solid syncing capabilities. No drifting!!
Custom foot controller similer to the FCB1010, except
smaller. With 10 or so built in options of layouts. But also capable of
10 gigs of storage.
Small Bluetooth LCD display screen that can be mounted to a
Firewire, or USB connections.
Balanced and Unbalanced outs.
VST interface so the entire unit can be placed into DAW's
and be controlled seamlessly.
1 Rack space
Free 24 hour support line.
Now, get busy.
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From: "GORDIUS info" <email@example.com>
> I'd like to add one question to this :
> What kind of (physical) volume control device do you target, Bob?
> else than a foot pedal?
> I'm asking, because I am currently testing out a new design for a
> MIDI-controlled foot pedal. And to me it seems that the "physical
> a standard foot pedal is no more than 7 bit. I mean : I have
> small enough movements to change the control value with 1 single
step in the
> 128-value range. Therefore I believe a 10-bit ADC wouldn't make
> when using a footpedal, but maybe you have another type of
> (if you intend to manipulate the linear footpedal range and make
> non-linear transition cur ve, I would believe you will get much
> results just using a 7-bit to n-bit lookup table in firmware,
> doing it with some analog signal manipulation followed by 10-bit
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeffrey Larson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: zaterdag 17 februari 2007 23:35
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: Considering building an ultimate looper...
> Ok, here's some friendly advice.
> Be careful tossing out words like "ultimate looper" on this list.
So far > you've described a rather basic looper, except
that you seem to be obsessed
> with the resolution of the output level control. In all the wish
> product reviews that appear regularly on this list, this is not a
> that I remember being mentioned.
> If you're intending to compete in the hardware looper market, I
> much more concerned about things like continuous feedback,
> with external MIDI clocks, pitch and rate shifting, and "editing"
> like insert, multiply, replace, etc.
> Second, the insinuation that the Looperlative is not "professional
> likely to annoy the many professional level musicians that use it,
> as the professional level musicians that use other devices and
> a MIDI volume control.
> Quick show of hands. Does anyone find that their musical ambitions
ng stymied by the resolution of their volume pedal?
> I don't doubt that there are devices that could do a better job
> controller changes, or providing a more musically useful
> at the top end of the range. But there are software soluti ons to
> problems that are quite effective if not perfect.
> I don't mean to sound discouraging, but this strikes me as a
> feature to be focusing on. Before you start investing money in
> venture, be sure you have a good understanding of the market for