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Re: Jamman click

Hmmm, not really, I recorded an empty loop midi-synced to my PC, and began 
overdubbing ebow sustained notes(about 5 or 6 passes), turned off the 
overdub function, low and behold, a nice simple sustained pad with a big 
right on each 'one'.


>From: rich <rich@nuvisionsca.com>
>Reply-To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>Subject: Re: Jamman click
>Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2001 10:46:57 -0700
>or, you can have the jammie slaved to an external signal, record the
>loop length without any input, then essentially overdub onto the
>existing loop length.  this avoids that click problem.
>>might be bad midi cables, is this a possibility?
>>Could be because you're syncing the JamMan to a MIDI signal.
>>You'll get this problem unless you use the Jamman
>>as the source of the MIDI timecode.
>>Reason is that MIDI isn't accurate enough for
>>audio. The ends of the loop won't quite meet up.
>>either that or make sure you don't play near the end of the loop.
>>andy butler

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