Thank you, Andy! Love that EH undocumented feature, thinking to buy one actually, as the pitching sounds intriguing! As for reposting the chart on livelooping.org: why not? Right now it is in a kind of database format, which wouldn't be easy to convert to your kind of html, but maybe i can make a pdf from this. You'll find the current version (really just a start) here: http://www.kliklak.net/blog/looper-comparison-chart jayrope --- kliklak.net aircushionfinish.com prinzenallee.com On Dec 5, 2014, at 2:01 PM, Loopers-Delightemail@example.com wrote: > RC-50 didn't sync to incoming midi-clock ( er..you better check that, > I'm fairly certain) > > RC-50 response to external midi commands was advertised, but the > implementation was vestigal, > just enough of a feature to make the advertising > not actually a lie ...but not useable. > > Vox VDL-1 does *not* do infinite overdubs as claimed. Not that you'd > actually want to do that. > (sound quality degrades seriously after 20 layers or > so) > > Vox VDL-1 doesn't really support series loops as is claimed. It's kind > of possible, but harder to do than using 2 seperate devices. > > Boomerang 3 . Use of term "Brothersync" is misleading. The term was > coined by EDP inventor Matthias Grob to describe > his system where 2 devices could sync together freely both > ways without a master slave relationship > having to be established. The Rang is Master>Slave only. > > and the EH Stereo MemoryMan with Hazari has a great feature which > *isn't* documented. When it comes out of bypass > while there's a loop in it's memory it starts to play from the beginning > of the loop. > > andy > ps > would you like to put this chart up on livelooping.org ?