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Re: The 80/20 rule: Re: What are the looper features that manufacturers are stupid to leave out?

I wonder if there is maybe a more scientific way to do this and people 
chime in with a list with a fixed number of features they consider 

And then tally the results

If I were to list my top seven features:

Sync to MIDI clock
2+ loops
Some way to save stuff--I think this is important for remembering what you 
did for future use.


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On Mar 30, 2012, at 5:30 PM, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:

> For me feedback makes up something like 93 of those 80 percent
> features that gets used less than 20 percent of the time. And I am 97
> percent sure that I use Sustained Substitute for at least 90 percent
> of the 20 percent that gets used 80 percent of the time. However, I
> always have "Secondary Feedback" under total control during that
> extensive substituting, meaning feedback only gets applied in the
> substitution process rather than as a general volume decrease on each
> loop round.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> 20/80 loop dude
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 6:30 AM,  <mike@michaelplishka.com> wrote:
>> To Matt's observation:
>> Probably 20 percent of features on feature-laden devices get used 80 
>> percent
>> of the time.  What are those 20 percent?
>> For me it's multiply, and feedback, and multiple loop possibilities.
>> Peace,
>> Mike
>> www.michaelplishka.com
>> www.scribbledmusings.com
>> www.zenstorming.com