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Re: microloop experiments with EP-DP
> 2) I can tap in, say, a 0.12 second loop which repeats as a blurry
> wash of tone (remarkably minimal startpoint "popping" depending on
> static in the room, I guess) Then, I effect the crap out of it,
> generally with a mod effect set to a slow speed and high depth
> (WWWWaaaaaavvvvYYYYYYyyyy ggggrrRRRRRRRAAAAaaaavvvVVVYYYYyyyyy)
Oh wow! I wannit! :) Great FX display, btw.
> 3) A quick tap o' the Insert button (with no incoming signal) cuts
> a short space that separates each microloop, producing a continuous
> pulsation. Dial up a delay time that is some even fraction of this,
> set the delay feedback to -99%, add some additional live synth input
> (also effected, but not added to the loop), and you're good to go
> a swirling percussive throbbing drone of microloops.
> Next task: sync the microloops to a 16th-note beat from the MIDI
> sequencer...the effected microloop is PERFECT for techno/dance/rave
> applications. The "default" techno tempo is 120bpm (try counting
> seconds out loud while watching MTV's "Amp" show sometime...)
> My goal is an exact 1/480th-of-a-minute loop (sixteenths of that
> = 1/8 second = 0.125. Haven't hooked the 'Plex up to MIDI
> to do so straightaway....
> Way cool, Kim! Thanks for the idea! Right after I upgrade to the
> full 16 Mb RAM, I stop making looptimes more than shavings of a
> long |%)
Thanks for this. Gonna try it out as soon as I have my Plex.