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Re: Repeater quantize?

It doesn't have that.  However, it does have what they call "Loop point 
assist" but what that seems to do is if you're a little early or late 
it will shrink or stretch your whole loop so it fits.  If you're sloppy 
at your in and out point, you might want to start with a blank loop and 
than start adding to it.  This way it will sound perfect.  I do this 
sometimes when I when I want to start playing and always be in record, 
but I've gotten good with my loop points with practice.

Mark Sottilaro

On Friday, July 18, 2003, at 07:27 AM, Paul Sanders wrote:

> Hi all,
> Another thing I'm wondering about the Repeater that doesnt' seem to be 
> in
> the manual.
> Does it not quantize to the bar when syncing to external midi clock
> (obviously with sync button set to "MIDI")?
> By this I mean, if I'm recording a new loop that is to be 8 beats (2 
> bars),
> and I stop recording slightly before the end of the 8th beat, will it 
> not
> continue to the end of the 8th beat before going out of record?
> This seems essential to me to make sure I get tight loops playing 
> parts over
> a drum machine pattern, not having to rely on having perfect timing.
> Do I recall reading the EDP does this? I can't believe the Repeater
> wouldn't. Have I missed something?
> Thanks,
> Paul
> Paul Sanders
> Email: paul_sanders@adelphia.net