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Re: What are the looper features that manufacturers are stupid to leave out?

Clicks are not as big of a problem with the DD20, pretty forgiving really. I made a footswitch with a very light momentary for tapping loop length and can get it down to almost a buzz :) This is one of my favorite things about the DD20, the ability to retap the length of a running loop. Also you can change the actual note value of the taps.


On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 4:48 AM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

Jeff Duke wrote:
you are correct on that Rainer, I will work on that feature more. I would just have to be pretty accurate with the taps instead of having a preset for it.

That's how I first used to do multiply, on the old Lex JamMan in delay mode.

Getting the taps accurate wasn't so much of a problem as the high probability
of clicks in the loop. (?not a problem in the DD20?)

It also worked in a different way all of it's own. After the first tap
the sound would continue in a single "cycle" with working feedback,
creating a real 'loops within loops' vibe.