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Re: Question on EDP
>At 7:28 PM -0700 9/29/01, Mark Landman wrote:
>>The EDP has many great strengths, it remains the solo looper monster
>>machine, however, off-loading loops isn't the EDP's strength. Midi (think
>>glacial speed, then cut in half) is the only supported off-loading
>>mechanism. The RAM is indeed non-volatile.
>Mark, you probably meant to say volatile here? The EDP uses DRAM on
>old-school 30 pin SIMMS, so it forgets when it gets powered off.
Arrrgh- Thanks Chris, yes, I meant to say volatile.
It's funny, I use an older email program that doesn't have any built-in
spell check, so quite often I cringe when I see one of my posts and notice
a spelling gaffe, so the one time I don't notice any spelling calamities, I
manage to have a huge brain gaffe...
My main point was that the EDP shines in loop creation, manipulation, etc,
and that the volatility of it's loops may not be as important as you'd