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Re: seamless loops

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At 02:37 PM 2004.12.08, Jean Philippe wrote:
>Testing? Testing? 1 2? 1 2?
>Ok, hi to every one, my name is Jean-Philippe Rykiel, I'm a Blind 
>synthesizer player, and I like using loops from time to time in my music. 
>As you can guess, , many of today's looping tools, especially computer 
>based ones,  are not accessible to blinds, but a friend of mine who will 
>probably recognize him self sold me his repeater, oh, poor guy, he almost 
>cried that day, and I must say it's a really cool machine. But I have one 
>small problem and I would like to know what you think :
>my repeater has I believe the latest software
>> update and when I try and
>> loop a continues sound, I hear ...  Not exactly a click,
>> more a sort of very small crossfade between end and
>> start of loop. I don't think it is a phase problem
>> either because it even happens while using the
>> repeater as an echo unit.
>I have a system that normally works for seamless loops, which is to put 
>the looper in record and slowly turn up the sound I want to put into it, 
>and then slowly turning it down, so that there is no brutal change in the 
>signal, and freeze it afterwards. Well that works in every machine I've 
>tried except for my repeater.
>> I think someone told me that there was a hardware
>> modification that could solve the problem is this
>> true?
>> Best regards to you!you!you!you!you.
>> Jean-Philippe Rykiel