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Re: The loop effect I'm wanting today: A smart replace

On Aug 14, 2010, at 12:22 PM, Per Boysen wrote:

> On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 9:14 PM, Mark Hamburg <mark@grubmah.com> wrote:
>> Here is what I find myself wanting today. I don't think either the EDP 
>or the Looperlative can be readily programmed to do just this. I think of 
>this as being essentially smart replace.
>> Tap pedal and it goes into "replace" mode. The old loop plays through 
>but does so at 0% feedback so that it won't repeat again.
>> One cycle later relative to the initial tap it switches automatically 
>to 100% overdub so that the new loop can end up seamless.
>> Tap the pedal again and it stops recording but stays at 100% feedback.
>> The tricky part relative to existing loopers is the automatic switch 
>from 0% feedback to full feedback at the one cycle mark. If one gave up 
>on the ability to tap at arbitrary times, then it might be possible to 
>achieve this with a quantized sequence of operations.
>> Does anyone know of something that will do this?
> I gave my EDP to someone, so I can't test this in praxis, but cant you
> simply put the EDP in sustained Overdub mode and - while still in
> Overdub - use a SUS Substitute pedal on the cycle/loop length?
> With Mobius I do it kind of like that, using SUS Substitute (with
> Alternative Feedback set to "0") and this replaces everything as long
> as I hold down the pedal. Then I pop directly into Overdub mode.

I haven't hooked my EDP up recently -- I've been endeavoring to move 
myself to the LP-1 -- but I think that would work except for not being 
able to quantize the length of the SUS without quantizing the start and