Of course you can do it on Standard EDP pedal Michael! You just have to change the operation of Insert to Reverse...
On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 11:15 AM, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:I remember this processing as one of the most fun tricks I did with my EDP. WHat I did was to set feedback down to zero, make a long loop, put in Overdub mode and play. When pressing Reverse the stuff I just played into the EDP came back reversed while the new stuff I was playing (on top of that) was overdubbed (to be played back reversed after hitting Reverse next time).Michael, what software looper were you able to pull off this trick in? SooperLooper? I think it works with Augustus Loop too. But not in Mobius - unfortunately. Mobius needs to fulfil the full loop length playback before printing the currently captured overdubs as a new loop layer - and when playing this "freestyle reverse-ing" you may often hit reverse before reaching the loop's end point.On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 9:23 AM, Michael Peters <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I feel inspired by Andre LaFosse's latest improvisations that uses the Reverse feature on the EDP a lot. I can do it with software but I tried to do that on my trusty EDP that sits in my band's room yesterday - it seems I can't use the Reverse feature with the standard EDP pedal - am I wrong?