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Re: Echoplex Pain !

Hi Per 

 You’ve been a great help . I kinda configure all the buttons to do what i 
need. Sometimes it looses sync , dunno why . But i will keep dig into the 
unit and read the manual . Also i will try some techniques from the site . 

Thank you again for all your help and keep in touch 

Best Regards 
> On Jan 28, 2017, at 12:40 PM, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 27, 2017 at 8:09 PM, ALexandru Gavril
> <alex_strat69@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I have SWITCHQUANT set to CYC ( also in the manual i dunno what CYC and 
>> CnF means )
> Hi Alexandru,
> I'm pretty sure "CYC" means "cycle" and I'm totally sure that "CnF"
> means "confirm". SWITCHQHANT set to Cycle is also my preferred
> setting. In case I make a very, very long loop it allows me to go to
> another loop without having to wait for the long loop to fully play
> out. Isn't the LOOP4 a fantastic operating system for a looper
> machine! To me it is close to how a musician's brain works when
> improvising structured music, which can't be said as truly for the
> other loopers on the market :-)
> A tip, to fully appreciate the manual, is to make sure start out with
> an understanding of the Modes concept. When the looper is in different
> modes some commands work differently. For example, you are in Record
> Mode between pressing Record and pressing Record a second time. You
> are leaving Record mode the second time you press Record, and
> immediately find yourself in Playback Mode. But you can also end
> Record Mode with the Overdub switch, or with Multiply, or with Reverse
> (very cool). Or, oh this is super cool, you can press Reverse before
> even starting and then the Record switch's second press will both take
> you out of Record Mode and out of Reverse Mode; resulting in the first
> loop you created being played back in reverse. It would be helpful
> with a table listing all commands and how they work differently under
> different Modes, but unfortunately, there is no such table in the
> manual. So you need to memorize all that to get fluent in you live
> looping.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.perboysen.com
> www.boysen.se