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Re: Looperlative vs EDP
> From those 2 buttons you can
> 1) Record your loop, going directly into Overdub, or not.
> 2) Overdub by switching it on/off or hold down for duration of Overdub
> 3) Re-Record the loop starting with a single press
> 4) Erase the loop.
Same is mostly true about the LP1. There is a RECORD/OVERDUB button and
there is a PLAY/STOP. RECORD/OVERDUB is a three way toggle. It starts a
record. It can end a record and put you in overdub. It can switch from
overdub to play. It can switch from play to overdub. The PLAY/STOP
can be used to end a record or overdub and leave you in play mode. It can
toggle between play and stop. Hitting RECORD/OVERDUB on a stopped track
erases the old track and starts recording again.
But then again, I hate comparing the two units because they are completely
different animals. The EDP is beautiful in what it does and I like to
that the LP1 offers people something amazing as well. Both units offer a
depth of features to keep musicians exploring the limits for a good long
time. Really, I am a fan of the EDP and I certainly think that Mattias
Kim are both wonderful people.