On 05/12/2014 13:50, jrploopers wrote:
Thank you, Andy! Love that EH undocumented feature, thinking to buy one actually, as the pitching sounds intriguing!
Downside is that on Rec you have to hold the switch for the duration of the loop, which makes accurate timing much harder.
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
very promising Some Lexicon JamMan things:- 1) HF loss is confirmed. ( connected to the 32kHz sample rate). 2) Series loop feature is very much compromised by the fact that the loops are all the same size. Hence only practical if synced (e.g.to drum machine) 3) Without mem upgrade it's 8s, not 9 4) Can only Restart loop via midi, but slow response time to midi commands spoils this feature. 5) Fade in loop mode (midi only) is glitchy at loop start/end andy
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 ?