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Re: hardware MIDI looper??
As I've said before - the emu command station.
The only thing that stops this from being a full blown looper is the lack
a feedback control.
www.groovetronica.com - "No offense, but a dated d&b loop with some Holiday
Inn lounge singer hardly wows me technically or talent wise, and I could do
better with a cassette deck and a microphone."
----- Original Message -----
From: "dylan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2003 9:20 PM
Subject: hardware MIDI looper??
> are there any hardware MIDI loopers out there? here's what
> I want to do: I want a unit, let's call it a "MIDIrang,"
> where I can tap a tempo (and a loop length, for instance 8
> beats or something) then feed it a line from a MIDI
> controller. and i want it to repeat that line (through the
> MIDIrang's MIDI output) so i can feed it to a bunch of
> synths and mix the outputs of those synths together.
> I know the MS2000 and other synths have step sequencers
> that would repeat a pattern like this, but the pattern
> can't be created or replaced on the fly (aka LIVE)... or
> can it? any ideas?
> MIDIrang where are you????
> P.S. i guess a software option could be cool too. somebody
> I think mentioned an opensource or free MIDI looper a while
> back, any other options? Thanks!
> - dylan
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