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Re: Repeater pedals?

I'm not sure if we are talking about the same thing. Could you explain the

I was refering to the actual timing of the loop, when following a midi
clock. It sound to me like the unit is time stretching in real time, in
anticipation of the the next midi clock 'tick'. Midi clock being the peice
of crap that it is, this means that the repeater is constantly stretching
and squeezing the audio as it plays it back, very slightly, and subtly. It
would be nice if you could adjust it's 'stretch tolerance' or threshold, 
I don't recall any mention of this in the manual, unless I mistook the
aforementioned padding.

The alternative, explanation is that I'm feeding my repeater crappy,
off-time loops, but being a rather poor workman, I think I'll stick to
blaming my tools :>



----- Original Message -----
From: "Evan Meyers" <evanmeyers@yahoo.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 1:42 PM
Subject: Re: Repeater pedals?

> > 'spongy'. I'll play something
> > right on when I record it, and have it feel a little
> > 'off' when it loops. Am
> > I the hearing things? I'm thinking of rewiring my
> you aren't hearing things...if you check in the
> manual, it says that the repeater pads the loop a bit
> to leave room for trimming...i believe you can adjust
> the default of the padding, but i've just gotten used
> to it and i compensate for it when using my digitech
> FS300 footswitch.
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