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Re: Multiple Loops question
Whoops, Kim covered all of this. Sorry.
Kevin Goldsmith firstname.lastname@example.org
Unit Circle Media http://www.unitcircle.com/
On Fri, 18 Dec 1998, Unit Circle Media wrote:
> Actually, I think you missed the point of the original post. The EDP in
> brother sync lets you do stereo loops. It doesn't let you have multiple
> loops of different lengths playing simultaneously, out of phase with each
> other. If I'm wrong on this, let me know and I'll run out and buy an EDP
> right now. We've discussed this on the list before. I don't think it's
> major technical limitation for a box to do this, it's more of a UI
> limitation for a controller.
> Kevin Goldsmith email@example.com
> Unit Circle Media http://www.unitcircle.com/
> On Sat, 12 Dec 1998, Bret wrote:
> > Am I stating the obvious, the EDP in brother sync with other EDP can
> > do this, and more.
> > bret
> > ---Mike Biffle <Mike.Biffle@wj.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > > ... I don't mean layering on one loop and then clicking to a
> > parallel, but
> > > > unrelated loop for another section. I mean having loops 1 - 2 - 3
> > - 4...
> > > > running simultaneously in parallel, and being able to turn off #2
> > for a couple
> > > > passes, then bring it back in and turn off #4, etc. You know,
> > like an
> > > > 8-track mixer with track mute buttons, or like a sampler where you
> > can trigger
> > > > multiple samples while others are playing.
> > >
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