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Re: EDP loop divide Was Re: What are the looper features .................

God damn you Butler... you said 8th=2quant INSERT mult... thats 2
button presses!!! Now i have to go and switch the studio back on and
try this infernal shortpress 8th Quantised SUSMult of which you
speak... And we're trying to pack for a Flight to UK tomorrow... the
wife will complain... theyll be hell to pay... so if you suggest some
facsinating cock-eyed clever clogs settings tomorrow Butler, I'll be
coming round... ok.. Cambridge is only a stones throw from Norwich...
so quit with the smart-ass ok?


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On 27 Mar 2012, at 19:31, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> Yep,
> it's just one button press.
> It's a shortpress 8th Quantised SUSMult.
> It's more footwork if you want to save the loop
> rather than destroy it permanently.
> It's not the same as the Mobius version because that
> will half a loop, and on EDP always produces a half cycle.
> andy
> mark francombe wrote:
>> Well in theory at least... the alternate endings on EDP are quite 
>> normal practice actually Rick, the fact that every parameter, all seven 
>> of them has seven different ways to close the function (of course not 
>> all do much) is very powerful.
>> Its STILL not quite the same as the divide on Mobius though is it Andy? 
>> the 2 step shuffle is always going to be a hang-up here, the one foot 
>> press for this function is kind of necessary...
>> Put it this way... the thing I want in a looper is not on EDP ...OK?
>> but its always nice to try out a new Butler suggestion!
>> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 11:26 PM, Rick Walker <looppool@cruzio.com 
>> <mailto:looppool@cruzio.com>> wrote:
>>    On 3/25/12 11:28 PM, andy butler wrote:
>>>    and lo, the loop divideth with precision to a length
>>>    of half it's original length.
>>    another beautiful sermon-miniature from Loop Pastor,  Andy Butler.
>>    Seriously,  your knowledge set is always impressive, Andy.
>>    r.
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