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Travis, I think he's talking more about a DJ style of
crossfading. As other's said the Repeater had the most
"DJ" friendly UI out of the bunch of loopers but I
think the EH16 and 2880 have similar methods to
manually crossfade multiple loops. The Echoplex
Digital Pro doesn't do a crossfade, but you can set
the feedback below 100% and fade one loop into
another. You can't fade back to your original though.
I'm not sure it it ever got implemented, but I
remember Bob talking about adding this type of
functionality via midi to the Looperlative too.
And, of course, there's always Mobius. Sweet
--- Travis Hartnett <email@example.com> wrote:
> The frequent discussions here on the importance of
> controllable feedback in
> a looper are related to this technique. The ability
> to have a loop fade
> away while building a new one is something that many
> people find desirable
> and a depressingly small number of recently looping
> devices support.
> Myself, I use an EDP.
> On 1/11/07, aaron leese <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > I'm not sure if this posted last time, there is
> almost never NO reponse on
> > this list.
> > I was just wondering if anyone else is interested
> in being able to
> > crossfading between loop ..... seems like a useful
> feature to me .....
> > especially for DJs who use crossfaders ad nauseum.
> > but I don't know if I have really seen it done
> much before.
> > If your not sure what I mean by crossfading
> between loops, please check
> > out
> > this demo:
> > www.flyloops.com/drum1.swf
> > Thanks,
> > Aaron
> > Dave vs. Carl: The Insignificant Championship
> Series. Who will win?
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