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Re: RC-50 Question

Yes. They are wavs that are imported via USB. You can overdub over these without saving the overdub.
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From: Jeff Shirkey <jcshirke@midway.uchicago.edu>

> I've just watched a couple of the video demos of the RC-50 on Boss's
> web site. In multi mode, Paul Hanson loads a drum loop as one phrase,
> and then he has a guitar loop on another phrase (both of these are
> called up within the same preset, I believe). My question is where
> are these loops coming from? Are they something he has pre-recorded
> on his computer, for example, and he has imported them as wav (??)
> files into the RC-50?
> Let's say I want to have a bass part as one phrase, a drum loop as
> another phrase, and a rhythm guitar part as another phrase, and I
> simply want to play over all of the above. Can I compose the bass and
> drum parts using a VI and then import them into the RC-50? Likewise,
> if I wasn't composing/recording the rhythm guitar part on the fly,
> from where (and how) would I import it?
> I guess what I'm asking is where these canned backing tracks are
> coming from, and how are they imported/stored in the RC-50?
> Thanks,
> Jeff