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you hear this gap only the first time you are recording the loop. If you
play a loop for 2 bars for example. I will record the first 2 bars then
play along 2 bars more. So nobody notices. I can live with that.
The timing is perfectly in time. Also it happens just with the very first
track. Track 2 und 3 or overdubbing are not affected.
I am still not really happy with this thing cause the promised time
stretching just isnt't usable. Also the MIDI Clock (when receiving) has
problems. I think I finally will keep my RC-20 and a notebook with Mobius
maxMSP to my setup.
The RC-50 in my opinion is pretty hard to use when playing in a loop
situation with other persons. I can explain why actually. It is just that I
don’t feel at home with this device.
Von: Per Boysen [mailto:email@example.com]
Gesendet: Samstag, 2. Juni 2007 20:07
Betreff: Re: RC50
On 2 jun 2007, at 19.38, Bill Trible wrote:
> Heard this device has problems with starting the first loop - ie. a
> slight gap... does this interfere with timing or is it strictly an
> audio gap? Anyone got other comments on it?
I don't remember... but there have been a lot of discussion on this.
If you search the archive you may find something.
> Fooling around with Mobius and trying to decide which way to go -
> still reluctant to deal with the perils of using a laptop onstage!
Just stuff it away on stage. You don't have to watch the screen just
because there is a screen on the box. If you patch up some midi
pedals for the function you want you know what will happen when
stepping a certain pedal - without the screen support.
Greetings from Sweden
- Re: RC50
- From: Per Boysen <firstname.lastname@example.org>