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Re: Kim on EDP
> >Ok, it's possible, :- stop noodling; push on pedal; hit Insert.
> that's right. although I don't see why you have to stop noodling. :-)
> whole idea is that you could do this while you continue to play.
The original idea was to create a loop with a number of repeats using
Multiply meanwhile noodling), then go straight into Insert and be
As Noodling is a strictly non-loop related practise it must be stopped
Insert can be used.
> >I haven't found a use for Quantise yet, as I don't use a dum machine.
> >................I mean drum machine
> Quantize has nothing to do with drum machines! It is just a question of
> you approach rhythm in manipulating loops.
Well I find it pretty much imposible to Insert with Quantise=on if the
is a couple of seconds or over, that sort of metronomic precision isn't
of my abilities, (particularly not in a live setting) The ends just don't
quite match up. With a drum machine this would be easy, and using Quantize
would be essential.
After struggling to record multiple loops on the JamMan without the 'added
assistance' of the drum machine , the EDP is a total relief.(it's just
possible on the JM, but the error compounds with each new loop)
Oh yes, and Quantised Reverse is cool, especially on one of a pair of
>. Usually people who use loops in more
> structured rhythmic music like this mode.
Unless the structure is too complex for Quantise.
> unquantized is probably for you. The cycle boundaries don't really
> anymore and you freely execute things where you feel it. This usually
> appeals to more ambient styles, and soloists.
I like the freedom to Multiply without Quantise as I often start a phrase
before the beginning of the bar,(or a note before the beat), then Multiply
still "quantised" in terms of the Cycle length.
> >Isn't the feedback setup different in Delay Mode too?
> no, the feedback is exactly the same in both cases.
Don't know where I got that from?!?!
> >Can I pester Matthias for a MIDI controlled input mute to conpensate?
> you can try, but it will be your fault that the LoopIV software takes
> longer to finish. :-)
It wasn't me, it was Claude ;-)