Ehm, yeah, that was the plan :)
Then I got lost in the busy daily life and had no time to use it properly.
Now I am much more free and I am soldering audio cables and from next week/year I plan to put myself with the manual and the octatrack on my side specifically for the pickup machine (the looper part).
Are you interested in the Octatrack?
Anders use it s a looper and can tell you a lot I think.
I will share what I learn, later.
About the Boomerang, Mike answered, copy paste I suppose, a bit scary, about that if something goes wrong with the update I have to pay everything. Well, in this specific case, being a beta they will not make people pay repair costs, just shipping costs.
Hmmm, mumble mumble...
Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2012 07:47:00 -0700
Subject: Re: Boomerang III MIDI update (from TGP)
Are you using the octatrack as a looper?
SteveOn Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 8:58 AM, Sergio Girardi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I still have the Boomerang closed in a box, never more used after buying the octatrack.
I am just curious to give a try to this OS.
Date: Sat, 22 Dec 2012 17:34:08 -0600
Subject: Boomerang III MIDI update (from TGP)
FYI (from this thread at TGP: http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showthread.php?t=1142384&page=12
This is Mike at Boomerang Musical Products, and here's the low down on our upcoming MIDI sync software release. It'll be called Version 3.0 and supports syncing to an external MIDI clock as well as the MIDI Start and Stop commands. When recording loops, they will be quantized to the nearest quarter note. The Stop command stops all playing loops, while the Start command plays all loops that were playing before the last Stop command.
It's technically still in beta test, but has proven to be simple to use, reliable and bug free. Email me if you want a copy with downloading instructions. email@example.com
This software is not a general MIDI implementation, so there is no remote control of loop or Bonus buttons.
Merry ho-ho. "