Mitchell,the thing is, any small delay pedal with infinite feedback And a looping feature does this without a problem. What's cool about a machine like the RC 505, is its enormous amount of memory and its ability to store more loops than you'll possibly need. That's why I was hoping such a machine would work for me.
Best, JPR http://www.jprykiel.com http://soundcloud.com/ryksounet http://twitter.com/ryksounet http://facebook.com/jeanphilipperykiel Le 17/02/2017 à 17:28, Michał Wiernowolski a écrit :
Dear Jean-PhilippeSomething must be done to align start and end of the audio buffer for the first recording (!) and it must be done by the machine, as a human can only do this accidentally. For overdubs short volume envelope should suffice. I would say Roland's idea is ok, but the implementation not as the cross-fading incorrectly affects overdubs.Regards MichałDear Rick,Thank you for this very valuable advice, I noticed this to in the past. It did not happen this time, I do have the last firmware available for the Boss RC505, so this is clearly a design flaw, which started with the 3/30/300 series. I think Roland ingeniers thought they had a good idea applying automatic crosfade at loop boundaries, and, well, they were wrong.Best, JPR(...)