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Re: Nearly there: EDP Individual loop muting?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Travis" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, July 06, 2003 9:56 AM
Subject: Re: Nearly there: EDP Individual loop muting?
> The EDP can have multiple loops in memory, but can only play back one
> of those at any given time. It's not polyphonic in that regard. If
> you want to have say, three loops playing at the same time and be able
> to mute loops individually then you'd need three EDPs.
Thanks for clarifying that Travis.
> On Sunday, July 6, 2003, at 02:20 AM,
> Loopers-Delightfirstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > However, there's one detail that I'm not finding in the online manual:
> > It discusses how I can trigger the start of individual loops randomly
> > by
> > sending MIDI note on message. This is great, however, it doesn't say
> > how to
> > STOP that loop. Is this a toggle thing? If I send note 48 which
> > triggers
> > loop 2, then send note 48 again, does it stop the loop, though
> > allowing the
> > others to remain playing?
> > I know there's the mute button/switch, but according to the manual,
> > that
> > mutes the entire unit, which is what I'd expect as I'd damned well
> > better be
> > able to stop all the loops with one button.
> > This ability to start (which I can clearly do!) but then *stop* a
> > specific
> > loop is crucial for my application.
> > Is this easily doable with the EDP?