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Re: Gordius trials and triumphs

I'm not familiar with the LP1, but is the quantized replace the same as on the LP2?  Tell us exactly how it works on the LP1 (what you need) and we'll figure it out. I'm sure you can get the same functionality in Mobius.

On Sun, Aug 18, 2013 at 8:37 PM, Philip Clevenger <phil.clevenger@gmail.com> wrote:
All totally doable, IMO better than for LP1...

Sus included, got em all.

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On Aug 18, 2013, at 5:28 PM, William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com> wrote:

> Hey Mark , It aint just you a baby!  I have had plenty of over 50 brain fart moments, trying to remember how to use the  old editor librarian to program midi note numbers on my  Gordius Little Giant. I hadn't programmed it in about 5 years and I had forgotten some things and actually had never programed midi notes before, so following a tidbit that Per tossed out, and the midi note conversion chart that Xavier pointed out to me, I was finally able to get it done and luckily do it on my old librarian, The thing is, I had never upgraded the LG since I bought it, and i'm not sure if I have a necessary hardware upgrade in place to be able to do so. I have a call out to Bob Amstadt to see if he installed it in mine because I simply can't remember. So that has been how I spent my weekend getting a few banks of Midi note on off information programmed on my Little Giant, so I do have sus commands working, in Mobius. The next step is scripts, but I'm still wondering if quantize replace, as I know it on the Looperlative is possible in Mobius or echoloop, the ability to program the the actual beat division as a sus command, sus replace is cool but not the same, Anyone know how to do this???
> It has been interesting learning Mobius, i never did spend much time on the EDP, went pretty much strait from a Lexicon jamman to a Repeater to a Looperlative, so some of the  commands like substitute, insert , divide,  loop windowing etc  I have no reference point for.
> Bill