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RE: repeater question
What is actual definition and purpose of "Feedback" and why would you
want to control it?
> I don't own a Repeater, so I can't address that issue.
> I have an EDP. It may be a bit misleading to say that the
> feedback (or as the first msg put it, "fade level") is only
> applicable when the track is being recorded. If I start a
> loop and then take the EDP out of recording/overdub mode (all
> lights green), the feedback control still applies to that loop.
> Maybe I misunderstood what you said? Just wanted to make
> sure that the poster had a good understanding of the EDP's
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <Hedewa7@aol.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 9:34 AM
> Subject: Re: repeater question
> > paul,
> > >For overdubbing within a track(s), can the "feedback
> level" (ie: fade
> > >be set/adjusted independantly for each of the four tracks
> within a
> > >loop or is there one "feedback level" for the the loop as a whole?
> > (somebody correct me if i's wroing (or misleading), here.....)
> > w/repeater, a single loop is comprised of all 4 tracks.
> > as w/the EDP, the entirety of the loop is accessed by only one
> > feedback
> > however:
> > as the feedback level is only applicable when a given track
> is 'open',
> > ie 'recording', and: as repeater's 'feedback level' is
> addressed via
> > midiCC#11, then ye can alter it at will, eg 'in between'
> recording of
> > the separate tracks.
> > the unit will only record 1mono or 1stereo track in a 'pass';
> > effectively, this means that it's possible to have
> different feedback
> > for each of the four tracks.....
> > the altered feedback level isn't applied until a track is
> > dt / s-c