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Re: Cutting Time

This reminds me of Henry's square waveform discussion.  All you would need is the peaks in the wave to touch with no waiting for the silence to "play."


On Oct 29, 2013 4:59 PM, "Phil Clevenger" <phil.clevenger@gmail.com> wrote:
After all these years finally making good friends with the EDP (and Echoloop and Mobius) feature called "Insert" - which will in fact insert time into a running loop, thereby making it longer by some amount....

It occurs to me to ask - 

Is there no way to do the opposite: to "Remove" time from a loop?

I know one can do an unrounded multiply to shorten a loop from the end...

But let's say I want to remove the tiniest bits of time from a loop, at any point I so desire, for the length of a switchpress ("Remove SUS"?)... I don't think there is a way to do that right now.

If not, please somebody consider it a feature request :)

Phil :)