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Re: Repeat something exactly twice, then stop

TC D-Two can do this nicely.

On 8/18/07, Andrew Koenig <ark@acm.org> wrote:
> This isn't quite a loop, but I think it's close enough.
> I want to be able to play something and have it repeated after a delay of
> about 15 seconds, then have it repeated again after a second delay of the
> same length, then not have it repeated further.  I want this delay to be
> continuous: That is, I want to be able to keep playing and hear, mixed 
> what I'm playing, what I played 15 seconds ago and what I played 30 
> ago.
> I have a Boss DD-20, which can repeat something after a 15-second delay, 
> only once.  Or it can repeat something twice, but the first delay cannot 
> as long as 15 seconds.
> I had thought that I could use the DD-20's stereo delay as two mono 
> Connect the input to one channel, connect that channel's output to the 
> channel's input and use that other channel's output.  But that causes the
> second channel to delay *both* signals, which means that the one in the
> middle gets played twice.
> Any other suggestions, other than getting a second delay unit?