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**To**:**Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com****From**:**Jeff Larson <Jeffrey.Larson@Sun.COM>****Subject**:**Re: EDP--Multiply question****Date**:**Mon, 17 Oct 2005 10:48:58 -0500**

Kris Hartung wrote: > I am no EDP expert (even though I have two of them and limp through the > features), but I believe you press Multiply...do your loop for how long >you > want to redefine the orignal loop length, and then hit Record. That will > trucate the original loop length to your new Multiplied length. Works >great > for creating order out of chaos. This is Unrounded Multiply. In addition to splicing out a section of the loop, it also redefines the cycle length, the resulting loop will have one cycle. It also sets the "loop window" so that Undo now moves the window. There is also ReMultiply. Once you have multiplied a loop to have several cycles, if you perform a Multiply ending with another Multiply, it will splice out the cycles that elapsed during the multiply, but keep the original cycle length. If for example you did a multiply over cycles 2 and 3 of a 4 cycle loop, you will end up with a 2 cycle loop. I don't think this sets the loop window. I don't know anything about Loop III, but if you're having trouble with this in Loop IV it may be because Quantize isn't set. I generally use ReMultiply with Quantize=Cycle or SubCycle so I can get the splice to occur exactly on a cycle boundary. If quantize isn't on, my understanding is that it still splices out an even multiple of cycles, but it starts wherever you were on the first Multiply. Jeff

**References**:- EDP--Multiply question
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- Re: EDP--Multiply question
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- EDP--Multiply question

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