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Re: M-9 looper issues

hi Stephen,
that's a glitch rather than distortion.
Seems to be a discontinuity every 14 samples or so.
I'd guess that the dsp is done in blocks of 14 samples and that 
somehow line6 muddled up the direction for writing the overdub.

Anyway, likely it's a firmware bug, can't imagine what else.

If you wanted to prove it to line 6 you could make a wav file
of a single overdub on an empty loop, 
..that would make it possible to see for sure what was happening 
to the waveform.


Stephen Scott wrote:
> Bill,
> Line 6 have finally acknowledged a distortion bug in the M9 looper.  I 
>don't know if this is the same as you're experiencing, but I have 
>uploaded some examples in the line 6 forum thread;
> http://line6.com/community/message/191974#191974
> Stephen
> www.myspace.com/sylvianfisher
> --- On Wed, 6/10/10, William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com> wrote:
>> From: William Walker <billwalker@baymoon.com>
>> Subject: M-9 looper issues
>> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Date: Wednesday, 6 October, 2010, 3:47
>> i wonder if any one has been
>> experiencing what I have been with my M-9's looper, I have
>> an expression pedal set to control both the volume and the
>> feedback of the looper and I've been leaving the looper at
>> the front of the effects chain so I can change the effects
>> post loop. What happens is after i create a loop, if i am in
>> overdub mode and have the pedal off (heal down) so that the
>> feedback is at minimum and volume is also at minimum, when I
>> put my toe down and bring the loop back up , it has faded
>> away as i want it too, but it is also full of artifacts and
>> is severely degraded, not just faded. It may have to do with
>> being if half speed, but it seems like a phenomena when you
>> leave the looper in overdub mode with ought adding anything
>> new anyone else have this issue?
>>  Bill