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RE: latency in Repeater and EH-16?
the rc-50 has a nice selection of odd time signatures (I don't have it
handy, but I believe it has those. I've used 14/8 and 9/8).
>From: Ramiro Musotto <email@example.com>
>Subject: latency in Repeater and EH-16?
>Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2006 23:01:16 -0300
>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
>that do loops in Odd meters also ( 5/8, 7/8, 7/4, 5/4 , etc ) but it
>that its no possible . At least I will be able to do 7 or 5 bars of 4/4
>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 sale.
>>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
>>your parameter settings after it's powered off, plus full loop memory
>>All of the encoders are working perfectly, too.
>>It also features the latest software update from Bob Sellon (4 tracks of
>>looping!), as well as the original software.
>>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 delay...
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