Yes, of course. I was just trying to suggest an 'equivalent' to a single-press stacking solution. What really bugs me these days is how much great music was produced before any of this technology, imperfect as it is, was available. I get a little depressed when I find I can't be all that creative with all the technology I have laying around here. In light of that I'm trying to simplify my studio and get to the point where I can get some good drum beats (sparse 'world beats' these days) going and just doodle while recording everything. I find my best usually occurs when I do no planning and just play with as few distractions as possible. Anyway, I've grown tired of setting up complex technology only to find in the end I have nothing that interesting to do with it. But oh (that magic feeling) when some simple spontaneous things come together in an unexpected way and a new song is born! G -----Original Message----- From: Gareth Whittock Sent: Mar 29, 2012 12:42 PM To: email@example.com Subject: RE: Boomerang midi sync and how to check software version Well you can get round it by pressing stack before closing the loop.