Another feature I like is the "slip
function" (another feature that looperlative doesn't has, if I've correctly
Record a stero part, then breake
the stereo immagine and slip one of the 2 track you've recorded.
Sometimes I try to get in the Steve
Reich style: I record a rithmic part in stereo (tr. 1 and 2), then I select just
track 2 and, from here, I start to play with the slip function, till I reach the
rithmic result i'm looking for....the overdub, etc....
If are a new repeater user I
raccomend to buy an FCB1010 to have a full control over "all" its midi
...Ther's a list somewhere on the
net about tips and tricks using the repeater,
but I've lost the link. Try a
Have fun !
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 24, 2006 5:48
Subject: Vedr. Re: kaos-pad v.s electrix
filter - and repeater
Thanks, this was interesting news. So you to are a repeater-looper !
Do you have any other tips and tricks, regarding gear and the use of repeater
I love what Kaoss Pad
It has a lot of usefull
effects, and even if I don't have (necver tried) an Electrix filter, I think
that the touch-screen render it more versatile and
It has midi, so you can
easily synch it to other devices sending midi clock.
Also, it can works such
as a midi controller (sending 6 midi command at a time), but I didn't
try this feature, yet.
I've read a lot about the
electrix filter, and I'm thinking to buy one (...when Electrix will decide
to sell the new products...), because, in my repeater's
configuration, I want to use different effects in different
...This is a feature that
looperlative don't has: the possibility to address
every single track from the
Repeater to a specific channel mixer.