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Re: EDP loop capture
Mark Hamburg wrote:
> On Dec 23, 2010, at 1:09 PM, andy butler wrote:
>> fcb1010 using Note-On for edp, and ProgCh for LP1.
> One problem I've noticed with some MIDI controllers with respect to
>ProgCh is that they can be overly helpful by not sending the change if
>you are already on that program. (At least the specs on some of them read
true, can't remember if the fcb does that,
usually it's something that's user configurable.
Could always use CC instead.
>> I wonder though, if you'd find it easier/better to stick with the EDP
>and use a larger MoreLoops param and explore SwitchQuant=Cnf
> I generally used my EDP set to a couple of loops. What I've discovered
>though is that I do like to set up a steady pulse on a separate looper. I
>could just use the Looperlative for that -- eight stereo tracks makes for
>a lot of interesting mixing and matching of pulses -- but I was thinking
>it might be nice to be able to spontaneously say "hey, this EDP loop is
>cool, let's keep it going in the background".
sounds pretty much like what I do with just the edp set to SwitchQuant=Cnf
> The feature I probably miss most from the EDP on the Looperlative
>(besides I think preferring the EDP time readout though neither feels
>really ideal in that regard) is Multiply. When improving, I like to drop
>into multiply mode without thinking about how long I'm going to play for.
>The Looperlative either wants me to specifically extend the loop by a
>certain amount or I need to use Sync Record on a new track which works
>but then I'm back to building layers as opposed to evolving loops.
You need to use Sync Bounce.