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Re: Taking the plunge
Fortunately this is really easy with crossfade loop synth or meringue!
Sent from my iPod
On 11 Aug 2013, at 21:08, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 9:44 PM, Phil Clevenger
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I had begun migrating to Mobius and found it was quite marvelous with
>> tempo stuff, and does *almost* everything I need from Echoloop
>> sus multiply I think was the missing thing)
> There's another trick I loved with my hardware EDP and that Mobius
> can't do: with "feedback = 0" creating a long empty loop, put it into
> Overdub mode, play something, hit Reverse, keep on overdubbing on what
> you just played (now played back reversed), when back at the beginning
> of the now reversed-playback chunk you hit Overdub again and begin
> play to your now reversed second layer. Since feedback is zero you'll
> never get more than two layers sounding and you can keep on doing this
> questions and answers ping-pong game for ever.
> This doesn't work with Mobius. It seems that Mobius needs to play a
> full loop round in order to keep a chunk of Overdub audio on a layer?
> With the EDP you could go "Reverse<-->Reverse" in Overdub mode for
> ages and stack up layers for just a very short part of the loop.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen