I wish all of this wonderful knowledge was collected in a video or video
series that demonstrates what it sounds like and how it is done :)
Von: andy butler [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Montag, 7. April 2014 11:09
Betreff: Re: Echoloop Stutter MIDI
On 07/04/2014 06:59, Philip Clevenger wrote:
> Any Echoloop users have Hidden Knowledge…?
> Looking for a way to execute a Stutter operation with a single MIDI
> command (via note from Little Giant)…
> a) Set Insert mode to Stutter, and then:
> b) Execute Insert command.
> I’d really rather skip that first bit
> Am I missing anything
Yep, 'fraid so :-)
Stuttermode is just a variant of Insert, where instead of the loop being
muted you hear the latest Cycle repeated. (with Feedback adjustable on EDP,
but don't know about Echoloop..don't think it is)
It's just an emulation of the hardware, which was kind of a happy accident
which created a feature with hardly any programming.
"single midi command"...'fraid not
You'll have to program a couple of EDP commands and a Gordius loop
do a Startpoint(edp)
The delay can be a fixed number of mS
(in which case the number of mS can be put into the End Repeat command)
OR you can midi-sync the LG and do it by beats.
Just one button press.
> Phil :)