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Re: LP2 at namm Louie's start/stop

yes i know is perhaps too much to ask,what i was thinking is that the
LP2 looper would simply send a start comand to the drum machine when i
close the loop and i could just use the mute funciton on the
adrenalinn and then just release it when desired,i could then bring it
in on the down beat or off ,and with the stop comand perhaps stop the
loop with the drum machine all together,then fade in the filter fx of
the adrenalinn to the drums that alone would be musical enough for
simple song arrangements and keep things fun.
Oh well another midi stomp i was dreaming of;-(
So what exactly can be done with the midi feature of the LP2 ?The
adrenalinn delays sync automatically to its drums so that would be

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 4:08 PM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> 
> Louie Angulo wrote:
>> so i wont even send start/stop? being the only looper with midi on the
>> market it would be sad if it didnt,
>> C mon give us those 2 at least Bob!
>> cheers
>> Luis
> Hi Luis,
> You'll have to correct me if I'm wrong, but I think sending
> midi start/stop is user configurable on the EDP,
> with the default setting being to *not* send them.
> There are certainly times you *don't* want the drum machine to
> come in as soon as you close the loop, and to stop every time the loop
> stops.
> (and I remember a *really* nice example of the drum machine coming
>  in at the end of the piece on your cd).
> The LP2 is aiming at simplicity of use so I can see
> that it probably isn't practical to have midi start/stop as a switchable
> feature.
> I can't imagine that Bob and Rick wouldn't take your suggestion very
> seriously,
> as it could well come under "making an advertised feature work"
> rather than adding a new feature.
> all the best
> andy butler