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Re: Looper with digital I/O?


>From Daniel Brothier, totalrtt@hotmail.com,

Oh ggreatt the pcm80 is the Machine except with the tempo, anyway, if you 
have a patch to control a regular tempo with a volume pédal and with the 
glide hall preset you're welcccccccccooooooome.

>From: Suit & Tie Guy <erwill@suitandtieguy.com>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: Looper with digital I/O?
>Date: Mon, 13 Dec 2004 17:36:15 -0600
>On Dec 13, 2004, at 4:12 PM, Richard Zvonar wrote:
>>At 8:43 PM +0100 12/9/04, Jesper Barrit wrote:
>>>Does anyone know of a good looper with digital I/O (both digital input 
>>Lexicon PCM-80/81
>i love my PCM-80, however the lack of wordclock BNC really sucks for 
>integrating it into a large digital network. you can always grab clock 
>of the input, but the most stable clock is always going to come from a 
>second connection.
>the DSP series and Eclipse look like the only loopers with wordlclock and 
>digital connectivity.
>note on the PCM-80: don't get one for looping if you intend to run the 
>loop for an hour or so. it will "cook" the loop in quite a beautiful way.
>Eric Williamson

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