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>snips - in pieces
>-----Original Message-----
>From: William Mcallister <BILLYBUDDHA@webtv.net>
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Date: Saturday, January 26, 2002 11:53 AM
>Subject: Re: RE:EDP or REPEATER?
>>On the EDP or the Repeater is it possible to start and stop the loop >at
>any given time?
>On the EDP yes, on the RPTR no.

you're totally wrong on that.  You can stop and start the Repeater at 
will via it's front controls, or via MIDI.  In fact, it constantly 
trips me up when I'm recording with my computer, and I do a take and 
press play, and it restarts my loop.

>  >Say like a verse chourus. You establish a rhythmic loop and play it 
>eight bars as a verse, then stop, and play something else on a >different
>instrument for four bars then start the loop again for >another eight bars
>and stop?
>this is a different scenario. the answer is changed to yes on the EDP and
>yes on the RPTR. If you need to trigger a loop after it has been played 
>are not worried about instantaneous  play back then either will afford you
>luxury as do most minidiscs, some dats and a whole lot of gear that I 
>>also on the Repeater can you do the samething but have a >complicated
>rhythm that you made at home (and
>>stored it) then take it to the gig, and do the verse chorus thing with
>yes on the RPTR. not an option on the EDP. but again also available in 
>gear, minidiscs, et cetera.
>>My EDP should be arriving next tuesday. Yee-haw. And now a >moment of
>silence. Thankx for the input.
>Bill/Las Vegas
>many happy returns (uh, erm loops).
>best regards, Pedro Felix - NYC 2002