In a message dated 97-03-23 22:43:40 EST, you write: << >i have to agree about the pedal- so far the best luck i've had recording has >been to hold it down the entire time and then up to end. in stocking feet >sitting down! kinda surprised by this-is this sensitivity level common? Using a pedal with a looper just takes some practice, I think. You have to learn to tap in time with loop you want to create. When I've demo'ed the plex to people and let them try it, I've often been surprised at how many don't realize that the taps to start and stop the loop are musical events, and must be in time. A lot of people tap the record and start the loop, and then start playing some time after. Or they will stop playing the phrase they want to loop, and then tap the record switch to end the loop after a leisurely pause. >> thanks for remembering me! what i'm talking about is the sensitivity of the pedal itself-one tap acts as 2 and i get a loop .1 seconds long! i'd be able to deal with the timing if the button weren't so sensitive. any tips would be great.