I just got a new Capybara 320 last night. (That's the new hardware for Kyma, www.symbolicsound.com) I wrote a stereo looper with both fowards and backwards output. The speed of the backwards output can be adjusted in real time. It only takes up 1/3 of one of the new DSP chips (each w/ 24MB of sample/delay memory). On top of that, the new 24-bit converters sound wonderful. Given that a new base system has 3 of these chips available, it seems to me to be a better deal than trying to find multiple echoplexes, or expensive boxes like a TC2290 or Eventide. Jim L. Stafford wrote: > > Maybe some of you EDP'ers can answer this for me: Can the echoplex do > backward/forwards looping, or is it forward only? That would seem to be >a > fairly trivial thing to implement (at least in software, don't know if >the > hardware would support it.) and I would probably sell my first child to >get > one if it did. ;) What I am looking for specifically, is something w/ >the > memory/power of an EDP that does bi-directional looping (forward, >backward > & forward/backward).