At 11:11 PM +0200 6/12/08, Buzap Buzap wrote: > >this is really true: I discovered another "feature" hidden in the RC-50! >:-)) > >It was that evening when Rick Walker showed me his Looperlative and >some tricks of the trade while touring here in Europe (thanks very >much! :-) It wasn't exactly a Looperlative trick, but it kind of >inspired me. FWIW, if I'm reading your technique correctly, it is an LP-1 technique (or at least it is now). Steve Lawson figured out how to do this on the Looperlative a few weeks ago. That's merely a detail, though; it is a great function. >So, I sat down and figured out a way to use A/B switching similar to >the Boomerang on the RC-50. In general, I think we all know I'm not the biggest booster of the RC-50 (still feel Roland depends far more on product marketing than product development). HOWEVER, Buzap, even though I don't own an RC-50 myself, I'd like say that it would be a downright crime if you (and Sjaak too, for that matter) weren't getting a nice fat bonus check from Roland for your work here! You've done a great job of finding workarounds and functionality in this product which its designers obviously never even conceptualized. You deserve more credit for your efforts than you're ever likely to get, which is a bit of injustice. But on behalf of the other gearheads here, I thought *somebody* should say thank you and keep up the good work! :D --m. -- _____ "Image is blasphemy. Text is heresy. The spoken word is a lie." ( x ) <--- you are here.