Huh, this is really interesting. I got the RC-50 about 2 years ago, at a time when I wasn't very technology savvy. (At the time, about half the manual regarding MIDI-syncing and stuff pretty much went right over my head). Despite having gotten much more comfortable with these things recently, I've still never bothered with all the computer-sync stuff, because I don't use a laptop in my rig. I gather a lot of folks here don't consider this to be a serious enough looper, but I honestly think it serves just fine, and my set is all one-man-band free imrpov looping stuff, so it's not like I'm just sitting around overdubbing a drum track and bassline to solo over. I do all my individual manipulation pre-rather-than post looping with a KP3. I know this is an ass-backwards workflow for the guys who love manipulating stuff after the fact, but it's the rig I have. That being said, I get the sneaking suspicion that I'm only content because I'm unaware of the better possibilites out there, so does anyone have any suggestions as to an upgrade with more looping capabilities that won't obliterate my budget? I was thinking of just buying a JamMan or Headrush or something and using a line selector to record to either that or the RC-50, and running them simultaneously, but I don't know. Any ideas? Thanks. Can I also just say this list and everyone on it f*$&#kin rock my world!!! -Travis --------------------------------------- Original E-mail From: Sjaak [email@example.com] Date: 04/22/2008 09:29 AM To: Loopers-Delight [Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com] Subject: Re:RC-50 Hi, I recently added a RC-50 page to my web site. http://home.scarlet.be/gare-d-anvers/sjaak/rc50.htm It covers topics like: - Info about the "glitch" or "audio gap" issue - my personal review - How to create a feedback loop Sjaak > Any users on this list (of the RC-50 tee hee). I'm concentrating on > what it /can/ do rather than /cannot/.