> Unless you are only interested in "clowdy" music, I think one loop with > lots of overdubs with good quality serves a lot more than two unsyced >with > limited audio quality (I never tried a Rang, but I can imagine more or > less) ..............I'm interested in both control and a certain divine random quality. So, I've just ordered a plex to talk with my Rang and jamfella. This war has really whet my appetite to do a side-by-side...and I love making visa happy. I just came onto the list and may have missed this particular facet, but...what's the plex's max loop time? I find the jamaholic's 32 second limit much too, uh, limiting compared to the Rang. > The feature that made me spend years of my life to build the machine were > FeedBack with good resolution up to exactly infinite repetition, >Mulitiply, > Brother Sync and Undo. Maybe this is not the place to explain what they >do. > Those are the fundamental ones. ......................................I was just talking to Mike Nelson of Boomerang and he told me, not secretly, that there are software (read: feature) updates due in the next few months and that current owners will be able to upgrade for a nominal charge. Unfortunately, "undo" is still not in the works. At the moment, that's one of the key features that lure me to the plex. Question: Can someone tell me a bit more about the interface controls with the plex, the switches or whatever? If this info is already in the archive somewhere, just say so and I'll look there. I didn't see such a real description at the Oberheim website. thanks...another kim.