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Re: LP1 + Gordius LG



+1 :-)


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Per Boysen
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On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 1:04 PM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> 
wrote:
> Yup,
> the Little Giant is perfect for the LP1.
> Only drawback is the temptation to spend too many hours
> adding special functions :-)
>
> andy
>
> Thomas Wegmann wrote:
>>
>> I have not used my LP1 since my Behringer Midi controller started having
>> issues and was thinking about selling it. Is the Gordius Littlle Giant
>> working well for you Andy?
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 9:05 AM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk
>> <mailto:akbutler@tiscali.co.uk>> wrote:
>>
>>     I've been setting up the LP1 to be (probably) the only
>>     loop device I'm going to use for a couple of gigs.
>>
>>     The LP1 does have it's drawbacks for me, but I just need to work
>>     with it seriously. ( partly it's research, to see which features
>>     become "essential").
>>
>>     Just been programming some longpress/shortpress functionality into 
>> the
>>     Gordius Little Giant midi controller.
>>
>>     This really makes the Lp1 more controllable.
>>
>>     I have a regular Stop/Start switch, but holding it for more than 
>> 480mS
>>     ( the time is programmable in the LG) will now Erase the loop.
>>     In that case the Stop/Start happens right away on toe down, so it's
>>     always sent.
>>
>>     (Erase is handy...just stopping the loop and re-recording over it is
>>     buggy).
>>
>>     I also have a shortpress="Set as master", longpress="Mult by 2"
>> switch.
>>     (I have 2 gigs coming up where a bit of 'ambient' is going to be
>> needed,
>>     and "mult by 2" aka "double" is just the thing.)
>>     In this one "Set as master" is only sent on the release of a
>> shortpress.
>>
>>     What I didn't realise was how easy the shorts/longs are to program
>>     into the LP1. Shortpress to program the regular function as usual,
>>     and the same for longpress. Obvious really.
>>
>>
>>
>>     It'll be fun having ambient unsynced  loops running and being able
>>     to build up rhythmic synced loops alongside.
>>     (without having to use another loop device)
>>
>>
>>     andy
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>> --
>> Greg Wegmann
>>
>> TheWeg@Frontier.com <mailto:TheWeg@Frontier.com>
>> TheWeg@GMail.com
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