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Re: Bump issue.

Actually, the suggestion to opt for 'overflow' recording (having
the Repeater begin recording seamlessly on a different track in
the same loop) sounds at least like it might be more feasible
technically, yes?

Whether or not a true looping overdub feature was implemented at
some point, this would still be an interesting option.  FWIW.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Sottilaro" <sine@zerocrossing.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 9:42 PM
Subject: Re: Bump issue.

> Why not have it (the ability to do directly into overdub)
available when
> recording in stereo only?  Or if that's still to hard, have it
in mono record
> mode?  I'd still be happy with that.
> Mark
> "Damon Langlois (Electrix)" wrote:
> > We are looking at reducing the "bump" at the loop splice
point. Going
> > immediately into overdub is a bigger deal but is also being
looked at. This
> > is the price you might have to pay for 4 tracks per loop.
There is a lot
> > more going on under the hood than a mono looper.
> >
> > Let us also put things into perspective. "Blemish free"
drones where a
> > contiguous signal passes over the loop point are not really
possible with
> > any looper. (Get your sine waves out and try it). It's a
matter of making it
> > less audible which is where the multiple overdub technique
come in. We want
> > to look at the loop splice point first and see if we can
improve this area
> > before we get into the immediate overdub issue, especially
since there are
> > work arounds for this.
> >
> > Respect,
> >
> > Damon Langlois
> > Creative Director
> > Electrix
> > Tel (250) 544-4091 Fax (250) 544-4100
> > http://www.electrixpro.com