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Re: Starting a fixed length loop in Loop31

Oh, OK.  I had figured out how to do this.  I thought there was a way to 
do it in one tap, similar to the JamMan.  The ability to quantize your 
loops is really sweet, I must say.  This was something I totally hoped 
would have eventually been incorperated into the Repeater's 
functionality, but I guess not.  Loop4's extra high 8th note ability is 
nice, but if I'm going to have to press my pedal again, I can wait until 
the middle of my last bar, no biggie.  It would be great if this could 
be done in a single tap, ala JamMan.

So.... is it too early to start making Loop5 requests?

Mark Sottilaro

On Saturday, July 27, 2002, at 02:12  AM, Kim Flint wrote:

> At 06:15 PM 7/26/2002, Mark Sottilaro wrote:
>> OK, a while ago Kim mentioned that one could set up the EDP to start
>> recording, go a certian preset amount of bars, and then auto end the 
>> loop,
>> going into overdub.Set 8ths/cycle to match the length of loop cycle 
>> you want. The default is 8 eighth notes, which of course is one bar of 
>> 4/4. Unfortunately in LoopIII, 8ths/cycle only goes to 20. So if you 
>> are playing in 4/4, setting to 16 for two bars is the best you can 
>> get. (In LoopIV it goes to 256.)