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Re: McMillan 12 step anyone?

What Ted said...

Pretty impressive, and visually appealing as well. Of course I am wondering if it'll be made in a pedal format as well, because that's just my way. ;-)

From: Ted Killian <tedkillian@charter.net>
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: McMillan 12 step anyone?


And while the list has your attention, what's happening with your EvoLoop hardware looper project?

As seen at: <http://www.evoloop.org/>

The looping world wants to know.



On Aug 23, 2013, at 7:20 AM, Matthias Grob wrote:

> On 17.08.2013, at 19:33, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
>> William Walker wrote:
>>> well the first important thing I learned about Mobius and Echoloop is they both would rather be triggered with midi notes. Ugh!
>> Echoloop also has a setting where it can be triggered by PC.
>> (but indeed, SUS commands are out...although possible that QuantSUS could work, I'm not sure)
>> ...but they have to be the right value...so the controller still needs to be programmed.
> it works with CC just as well as with notes
>>> one has used the 12 step? certain features make it more interesting and seemingly more out of the box use-able than the Soft Step for midi note driven software loopers,
>> "chromatic layout" ...could mean the layout isn't user configurable.
>> The fact that CC and PC are not assignable to switches also points
>> to this being intended for melodic playing of an instrument.
>> Indeed, all the available literature points to this.
>> If this is true it would work with fine Mobius
>> (with some programming of Mobius)
>> and not at all with Echoloop.
> I think it will work fine since we can set the note or CC for Record in Echoloop and then the main funcions just follow
> if you want some more special funcion or sequence you can reassign the note # in some table tool in Bidule or whatever MIDI patch tool