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Re: Looping pads and ambient sounds


On the good ol' EDP, I think one of the best ways to do this is to end your
loop recording by going directly to overdub, allowing the ambience/decay to
"blur" over the initial loop boundary.

With Repeater, you'll need to start with a blank loop already set up, as
Repeater doesn't currently allow you to end record with overdub.



>What is the best way to get a clean loop when working with pads and
>ambient sounds so that a bump isn't created at the end where a
>noticeable transition happens each time the loop repeats?