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Re: Controlling nextloop on EDP

On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 1:12 AM, marcus kirby <marcusloops@gmail.com> 
> Is it possible to use something like the Behringer BCR to control the
> functions of each nextloop?

Anything that sends MIDI notes or #CCs can be used to control an EDP.
Best is to use note numbers for looping actions and #CCs for
continuous parameters like volume and feedback.

> Does the EDP even allow for you to control the volume of each loop?

Not sure but I don't think so. You can only hear one loop at a time so
it wouldn't make much sense.

> Can I do
> a feedback control on each loop?

Do you mean fading out a loop that is not playing? I don't think so.

> Basically, I want to fade it in or out.

Well, the only thing I can think of that for an EDP would be to fade
down the volume towards the end of a loop and then switch to a new
loop and fade it back in with that loop spinning.

> I was thinking I could have each button assigned to a particular next 
> loop.

Bizarre - there can only be one next loop! As only one of the loops in
memory can play back at any given time it is well enough with just one
NextLoop button.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
www.looproom.com internet music hub