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RE: Re[2]: Midi looping

From:  Hogan, Greg
Sent:  Thursday, July 17, 1997 9:09 AM
To:  Loopers-Delight
Subject:  RE: Re[2]: Midi looping

Miguel asked "How do you manage the annoying noise (sounds like a small   
glitch) that appears next to the loop boundary when the JamMan is   
receiving MIDI clock?

I tried to get rid of it with all kinds of tricks I could think of but
did not succeed."


There must be something wrong with your JAMMAN.  Even if a loop is not   
spliced together perfectly there should be no added noise at the splice   
point.  Certainly if the end and begining of a loop are not either silent  
or matched perfectly you will here a glitch but this is not an added   
noise it is only what you here when you jump between two different sounds  
or tones.
Either you are not matching the end and beginning loops or you have a   
broken JAMMAN.

If you record a loop of silence you should find is that at the   
end/beginning of the loop(what I would call the splice point) is actually  
more silent then the rest of the loop.  If this is not the case and there  
is noise at the splice point therte is a problem with the machine.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything that  
I can do for you.

Best regards,

Greg Hogan
Lexicon Customer Service
Phone 617-280-0372
FAX 617-280-0499
email: ghogan@lexicon.com