Sergio G schrieb:
ad 1: yes, it's about them being independent in length and transport control. I'm not sure if you need that ;). Variable feedback: "feedback" is how the loop fades out on each pass (like the feedback or regeneration parameter on delay effects). The majority of loopers only apply that during overdubbing-related operations (the EDP being an exception here, as is any delay). However, the majority have a fixed feedback setting which is very high, only to make sure you don't run into clipping with multiple overdubs. From how you describe what you want to do, I assume you won't need that - it's for those ambient/sound sculpture people.*Rainer:*1. If the independent parallel loops mean that you can have more flexibility and, for example, be able to have loops of different lengths, yes, I am sure I need that. Can you confirm I understood correctly what parallel loops are? At the bottom of the email I'll write what I need. But, what is a variable feedback??? 2. I agree with that line of not buying at any cost the top without being sure you really will use it. I did it in the past and was throwing money. But I am quite older now and I hope a bit wiser. I am sure of what I want to do and I am sure I want the tool which allow me to do that. I am just not sure which tool is that :) -(nice performance. Still not what I want to do but added to the examples I gave in my first email, it is also part of what I want to do. Schön! You use some kind of sequencer/drum Machine in this video?)
ad 2: thanks for your "Schön" ;). The gearporn goes like this: synths - Quasimidi Sirius (which is the sequencer/drum machine), Korg Prophecy. Effects (looping and not) - Korg KP3, Line6 M9, Electro Harmonix Stereo Memory Man with Hazari, Boss DD20, Boss OD2, Jomox T-Resonator (the T-Resonator is setup with both filters in series, with the OD2 in between).
As for your requirements:"Actually, the best for me would be a sampler/sequencer with absolute real time capabilities, and advanced looping functions (all what the Looperlative, Bumerang, RC-300 can do, more a sequencing function which actually the looperlative has a bit, if I am not wrong)."
I don't know if you really need what people here (based on the LD website definition) consider a "looper": you might not need the possibility to overdub. An artist I like to give as an example in this context is Kid Beyond:
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