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Re: stereo delay (Line 6 sync)
>Unless I understood wrong, the delays would midi synch, but not the loop
>functions. Sad, but true.
Eric Williams said 09/13/01
>here's the skinny:
>- MIDI sync only available on non-loop-sampler programs
>- no sync on loop sampler (i'm assuming you could send CC messages with a
>sequencer, but i think that's just too much silliness)
>- no "dialing in" of delay time in looper mode
>- All delays stereo EXCEPT loop sampler
>- non-loop-sampler delays are a maximum of 2.5 seconds
>- looper functionality not better because it's "just for fun"
>- he also said they were not interested in this market (even though it
>60-SECOND LOOP SAMPLER on the front panel)
One thing is to "sync" a delay time *once* to an incoming MIDI clock.
Since the delay fades out quickly, you dont note that its running
Another much more difficult task is to *keep* a loop synced to a MIDI
>Doug Cox wrote:
>> I remember the post that said that the (now shipping) Line 6 Echo Pro
>> not have MIDI sync capability...
>> But when I go to the Line 6 website, and look at the feature list for
>> Echo Pro, I see that it DOES say it can sync to MIDI...
>> "Complete MIDI controllability, including MIDI mapping and lock to MIDI
>> Can someone reconcile these? Is Line 6 fibbing on their website about
>> Echo Pro? Is it only delay time on the traditional delays that can
>> MIDI clock, or can the looper do it to?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Eric Williamson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2001 10:44 AM
>> Subject: Re: stereo delay
>> > >jammans, or use two of the new line 6 echo pros, or use two tc
>> > no, you couldn't
>> > remember ...
>> > NO SYNC!!!
>> > AAARRRGHHHHHH!!!!!
>> > good luck. my money's on the 'peater OS upgrade.
>> > Eric Williamson
>> > www.suitandtieguy.com