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Re: Nearly there: EDP Individual loop muting?

The EDP can have multiple loops in memory, but can only play back one 
of those at any given time.  It's not polyphonic in that regard.  If 
you want to have say, three loops playing at the same time and be able 
to mute loops individually then you'd need three EDPs.


On Sunday, July 6, 2003, at 02:20 AM, 
Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com wrote:

> However, there's one detail that I'm not finding in the online manual:
> It discusses how I can trigger the start of individual loops randomly 
> by
> sending MIDI note on message. This is great, however, it doesn't say 
> how to
> STOP that loop. Is this a toggle thing? If I send note 48 which 
> triggers
> loop 2, then send note 48 again, does it stop the loop, though 
> allowing the
> others to remain playing?
> I know there's the mute button/switch, but according to the manual, 
> that
> mutes the entire unit, which is what I'd expect as I'd damned well 
> better be
> able to stop all the loops with one button.
> This ability to start (which I can clearly do!) but then *stop* a 
> specific
> loop is crucial for my application.
> Is this easily doable with the EDP?