On 31/03/2015 00:12, Syd wrote:
well it's possible that looper reset PC126 doesn't reset the loop to normal speed.
Perhaps it should.
that sounds like a bug to me,
nothing happens because it's already in halfspeed.
all sounds as if it was never properly tested.
(not that uncommon for looping devices, sadly)
Do the firmware upgrade.
To be honest, tech support in a big company is usually a guy with a stack of manuals.
...and the answer you'll eventually get is "upgrade to latest firmware" :-)
If that doesn't fix everything then you're already doing good at finding workarounds.