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Re: 2880 track questions...
Man... that seems like such an over sight in the
design of what seems like an otherwise powerful
looper. Why you'd give it amazing storage capacity
and then cripple it by limiting it to a single loop is
--- Kim Flint <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At 02:10 PM 6/22/2006, mark sottilaro wrote:
> >Also, will it work similar to a Lexicon JamMan in
> >terms of setting up "or" tracks instead of "and
> >tracks" By this I mean set it so that at the end
> of a
> >loop it starts recording a new track while muting
> >first track giving you the ability to create tracks
> >that can be toggled between OR combined.
> I asked about this when I got a demo of the 2880 at
> NAMM. It only does one
> 4 track loop. It cannot do multiple A/B/C/etc loops.
> No switching between
> different loops for different sections of a song.
> Same with the memory card. You can only store one
> loop on the card. (no
> matter how big the memory card is.) The EH guy
> doing the demo suggested
> the only way to do multiple loops is to have several
> memory cards, and pull
> one out and put in another when you want to switch
> to the next loop. In
> other words, if multiple loops if important to you,
> the 2880 is probably
> not your looper.
> Kim Flint | Looper's Delight
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