I was actually hitting the limit -- i.e., getting the countdown. My guess now is that I multiplied the loop and was getting by on virtual multiplies for a while for some of the tracks and after I expanded them to the full loop length I was then out of space. Mark on 8/30/02 11:26 PM, Goddess at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > Mark, just out of curiocity, did you run out of memory, or just read that > it can happen in the manual? I'm asking because I was pretty alarmed by > this while reading about it, but it seems to be a case of bad writing. I > spoke with Jamie at Electrix while Electrix was still Electrix, lol! and > he said that it's basically that if you don't have enough space in the >unit > or on a card to record one more loop, (stereo or mono) that the unit >would > count down while you were recording that loop. He said overdubbing only > uses the memory required for the current loop being recorded, and just > keeps adding new data, so as long as you initially had enough for that >new > loop, you wouldn't be using up more memory as you went along, and thusly, > wouldn't run out while overdubbing. > Anyway, best of luck in your decision. Have a great weekend!...