Hi loopers, The Rang attenuates previous layers by 2.3dB, a pretty slow rate. The new software will offer 7 choices for attenuation or decay rate. The fastest 2 offer about 4 repeats before it's gone and a single repeat (slapback). Timothy wrote: > As you well know, you can't get the loop to fade out automatically over >time. > Not with a boomerang alone. It will lower the volume of a sample if you >you > lay something new over it (using the Stack button), but that's just to >make > space for the new layer while the loop itself plays endlessly at the same > volume. > > ---original message--- > > My question seeks a recommendation on how to get the Boomerang to act > regenerative, (or degenerative) as the more expensive Echoplex might. >I've > thought of getting a Boss DD-5 delay stompbox (or similar) and trying to >set > regen to various settings. What I want to do is have a real-time variable > regen factor using some kind of foot pedal (as my hands are "in the >beams". > Thanks in advance for your help.. -- Mike Nelson Boomerang Musical Products 800-530-4699 PO Box 541595 214-340-6913, Outside USA Dallas, TX 75354-1595 214-343-1038, Fax http://www.boomerangmusic.com email@example.com "Some products make you sound better; the Boomerang Phrase Sampler makes you play better."