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Re: EDP function problem

At 09:25 PM 4/13/98 -0700, you wrote:
>you've got it in delay mode. Go to the Loop/Delay parameter and switch it
>back to Loop mode.

Thanks Obie-wan.  
Worked like a charm - I didn't realize I had changed it to delay.  I 
even begun to use all the software you guys put into this unit.  I'm 
with the reverse function, but am NOT trying that in public yet.  Is there 
way to stop the loop and then restart it from the start (did I miss this in
the FAQ?)?  I've used mute, and discovered that my timing is ....ummm,
*syncopated* when I bring the loop back from mute.  


>At 08:56 PM 4/13/98 -0500, Grover Sheffield wrote:
>>I've started working an EDP into a weekly restaurant gig, just noodling 
>>diatonic chord changes with tension and release stuff.  No one has 
>>eating and walked out; there has even been some interest - "play that 
>>        Problem: I just replaced my 4 Mb chips with 16 Mb SIMMs.  The EDP
>>memory has indeed come up to 198 seconds (wonderful stuff, memory)
>>HOWEVER... the unit NOW records in overdub mode even after I've hit the
>>record switch to shut record off UNLESS I hit the overdub switch, then it
>>doesn't overdub!!! Ididn't realize it until I started playing the gig 
>>night, and it happened several times.  Fortunantly, overdubbing sounds 
>>but WHAT HAVE I DONE?  WHAT DO I NEED TO DO??   Calling Obie-wan....
>>                TIA....                 Grover 
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