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Re: latency in Repeater and EH-16?
Title: Re: latency in Repeater and
I have a 2880 and the latency is NOT a problem.
It has less latency than the Line 6 DL4, plus the 2880 has an
ANALOG input (labeled AUX) which allows you to mix in another sound
source, or use that input as the dry signal with absolutely zero
I have modified my EH 16 second delay so that the signal
controlled by the "Dry" fader is the analog input, rather
than the stock unit which derives the dry signal from the DSP and has
some noticible latancy and bandwidth limitations.
My modified 16 second delay is for sale, too!!
I already ordered the EHQ 2880 . I hope
there is no latency in it !!
I work with rhyhtm so my
latency-tolerance is zero !
I realize that my dream machine is was
not invented yet . I need a machine that do loops in Odd meters also (
5/8, 7/8, 7/4, 5/4 , etc ) but it seems that its no possible . At
least I will be able to do 7 or 5 bars of 4/4 and then subdivide it
ex: 7 bars of 4/4 = 4 bars of 7/4 = 8
bars of 7/8 .
the ideal machine for me is any meter in
any loop all syncronized by midi and with any number of bars each loop
This is really rhyhtm loop freedom
For those interested in these rhyhtm
questions , I am open to listen/exchange new ideas or to send
some of my rhthym mp3 extracts from my CD ,
I have a fully upgraded Jam-Man for
I'd rather offer it here to a fellow
looper than condemn it to evil-bay!!
It has the non-volitile p-ram chip
installed so thyat it remembers all of your parameter settings after
it's powered off, plus full loop memory expansion.
All of the encoders are working
It also features the latest software
update from Bob Sellon (4 tracks of looping!), as well as the original
The sound quality is notably better than
my Electrix repeater or EH-16 second delay reissue, plus the Jam-Man
has ZERO latency...unlike the repeater and the 16 second