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Re: LP2 at namm

It has midi in out but not sure about control. You are right about all the 
others, like the vox, no midi. 

Andy Owens
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So the typing might not be my best!

On Jan 17, 2011, at 9:43 PM, Louie Angulo <louie.angulo@googlemail.com> 

> Im interested in the LP2s midi capabilities,i think thats what would
> also make it a seller and beat the upcoming new stomp loopers
> competition,none of them seem to be midi.
> if i may suggest some essential midi functions which are also in the EDP
> Start/stop
> MuteReAlign -  Immediately Mute and restart the loop at next Global
> MIDI StartPoint
> QuantMIDIStartSong - Wait to next Local Loop StartPoint and then send
> a StartSong
> MuteQuantMIDIStartSong -  Immediately Mute, then wait to next
> StartPoint and send StartSong
> Retrigger
> if it did this the LP2 combined with the Adrenalinn would b the bomb!
> Luis
> On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 3:29 PM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> 
>> Matt Davignon wrote:
>>> The effects look like looping-related commands.
>>> I don't know what the "retrigger" or "replace" ones do. It looks like
>>> you can assign the above effects to 2 footswitches.
>> I've discussed those briefly with Rick, and plus a bit of speculation.
>> Replace 1/x is a direct emulation of a certain specific edp behaviour,
>> (also present on LP1).
>> It replaces a single quantised chunk of the loop with input audio.
>> In EDPish it's a "Shortpress of Quantised 8th Replace".
>> I'm quite excited by that, while that effect has been around since
>> 2003 it's was always somewhat hidden away in the more expensive 
>> If it catches on it could open up a lot of interest in the whole
>> "looper as instrument" idea.
>> I guess the vanilla Replace would be unquantised momentary
>> (replace for as long as button is held)
>> In that case, it's possible that quantised replaces will also
>> cut out larger chunks if held for longer (but
>> Retrigger is more or less what's offered by the DL4
>> Retrigger Once. Play the loop once from beginning then stop.
>> Continue. Retrigger Continuous. Retrigger loop from beginning and keep
>> going.
>> Retrigger Random. Jump to a random point in the loop.
>> The Random Retrigger is intended to be used rhythmically,
>> I guess the loop would be filled with a variety of
>> sounds (with slow attacks) so that rapid operation of the randtrig
>> produced a well defined beat.
>> Again, that's a very "looper as instrument" type feature.
>> I don't think it's been pointed out yet that the LP2
>> has a Mix control (back panel) which, unusually for a small looper, 
>makes it
>> suitable for use on an Aux send.
>> andy butler