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Re: Bob Sellon's Jamman stereo multitrack upgrade


There were only a few prototypes upgrades to the Jamman, it was never a
commercial product.  For a while the manual for the upgrade was online, but
I believe it too has disappeared.  There are archives in Looper's Delight
that explain what it was all about.

On 8/31/01 12:10 PM, Mark Sottilaro at sine@zerocrossing.net wrote:

> "Bob Sellon's Jamman stereo multitrack upgrade" ????? what what what?  I 
> do an upgrade that allowed me to synch to midi sequences that were in 
>5/4 and
> 7/4, but stereo multitrack?  Where can I get more info?
> Mark Sottilaro
> kevin cooney wrote:
>> Kim wrote:
>>> actually the thing people have asked for for years is multiple tracks 
>>> **different lengths**, which Repeater doesn't do. Bob Sellon's mythical
>>> jamman upgrade does that...
>>> So I would say "evolutionary" perhaps. Revolutionary, no.
>> Kim's right.  Bob Sellon's Jamman stereo multitrack upgrade is a 
>> different take on looping and it's such a shame that Lexicon never saw 
>> to license the product.  Now that the Repeater is out, maybe he should 
>> again.  Are you listening, Lexicon?
>> Best,
>> Kevin C.