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RE: Re: RC-50 vs. Repeater?
Mark u rock man thanx for the tip!
i might just keep this baby...
--- mark sottilaro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It isn't as elegent as the EDP in terms of
> but once you get used to it it's easy.
> Choose a loop number and make a loop. Overdub, make
> new tracks, whatever.
> When you get it like you like it, select another
> loop number. Hit record and at the end of your
> loop it will go and start recording the next loop.
> Hit record a second time to define loop 2.
> Repeat steps up to 99 times! To toggle between
> just select the loop number you want to come next,
> play and at the end of your current loop you'll
> hearing the loop you just chose.
> I wish there was a way to choose a track for cued
> record or cued play in one step, but there isn't...
> maybe in MK2? ;) It's right around the corner...
> sure... I can almost smell it.
> --- "L.A. Angulo" <email@example.com> wrote:
> > i would also be interested in knowing how to do
> > with the Rptr, i didnt even know it was possible,i
> > love this easy to program function on the EDP!
> > Luis
> > > --- Buzap Buzap <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Important is, once
> > > > I have the various Phrases set (say Part
> > > I'm
> > > > able to switch between them on the fly to
> > > improvise
> > > > on them - does the Electrix Repeater do that?
> > >
> > > Yup, it sure does.
> > >
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