Also, how is the midi sync on the lp1? I will either use a drum machine or pc in ableton to control all of the loops.
On Apr 25, 2011 3:50 PM, "Eric DeAratanha" <email@example.com
> Hey Marcus,
> The Looperlative LP1 allows for all of that goodness. :) In terms of
> hardware looping, this unit is probably the most versatile and capable
> looper available on the market today. You can use the aux outs to send out
> loops for post processing and bounce them to new tracks. There are 8 stereo
> tracks (even though you can only safely and stably use 6 or 7). Its really
> incredible how elastic this unit is for any sort of music performance
> project you can imagine. Also, its constantly evolving with Bob's dedicated
> work on new software... So really, the possibilities are virtually endless
> (thanks to Bob's hard work and endless dedication) because any imagined
> feature can technically be programmed for implementation in future software
> I've never really used EDP for performance but my LP1 has changed my life
> and the way I preform at my shows.
> Well, thats my two cents. LP1 = magic.
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 1:32 PM, marcus kirby <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> I've owned an edp for four years now, and I'm finally looking to
>> incorporate it into a midi rig.
>> I need stereo looping options, as I'm running mic/guitar/vocals/bass synth
>> through the looper. The first looper would be used for unprocessed, and the
>> second for post-processed loops.
>> Should I go with two edps, or a different looper, or maybe edp and sampler?