Ed Durbrow wrote: >1. I don't know what you call it, but to be able to stomp just once and >have it stop the first loop and start recording another immediately, not >restricted to the length of the previously erased loop. >2. A way to keep a loop in memory without having to bend down and save it >and be able to go on to create other loops and then come back to the >original one without having to use one's hands. >3. A way to control the volume relationship of the looper and instrument. These don't seem much like minimum requirements, more like wish list. I have my EDP and PMC 10 set up to do #1--actually, record is initiated by a pedal press and end loop by releasing the switch. Another is set up to do the same thing with loop windowing. A couple of weeks with the 'Rang is making me appreciate this setup! Too bad it is more trouble to set up (and takes up more room).