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RE: Echoplex and MIDI out

There really isn't a "stop" on the EDP. You can either reset the
loop which erases all of the audio or you can mute it. While muted,
the loop continues silently. If you then hit mute again, you will
either here the loop in progress or here it from the beginning
depending on how the "MuteMode" parameter is set (that answers
your second question).

So the answer to your first question is that stop is mute.
With Loop III, mute did not send a song stop. With Loop IV,
mute can send a song stop (again depending on parameters).

Going from one looper to the other can throw you when some
of the simple controls differ slightly. I went from a Line6
DL4 to the EDP and spent some time hitting the wrong buttons
before I got used to it.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: AvgJoe [mailto:paul_sanders@adelphia.net] 
> Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 9:35 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: Echoplex and MIDI out
> Allow me to simplify this whole question a bit. I've got a guy wanting
> buy my Repeater and I need to know this EDP will do the basics of what
I do
> with my live act before I send the repeater away.
> 1. I've recorded some loops and the are playing. How do I 
> stop (not mute)? 
>       1a. When I've done whatever the answer to 1. is, does it send a
> SongStop, regardless of whether the EDP is a sync master or sync
> 2. Once I've stopped the loop as describe above, can I restart it
> re-recording? How?
> I must be a real simpleton, but the lack of "stop" and "play" buttons
> me a little not having my hands on the box to sort it out.
> Thanks,
> Paul