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Re: EDP LOOP4 question: Accessing individual loops directly
Thank you, Andy and Bernhard. That was exactly what I found out by
praxis, but I didn't have the new manual. I only had the printed one
that came with my EDP from Tace Elliot Ltd. I will immediately read
this new manual, although my machine is not a "plus" version (any
Trying here to work out performance strategies for Expert Mode
without using an analog volume pedal. I simply stuck a plug into the
foot pedal input and use MIDI pedals. Seems to work as far as I can
see for now. New manual hint comes in very handy. Thanks for the tip,
Bernhard? (... BTW - did The Bernhards ever record something?)
On Sep 13, 2005, at 11:58, Bernhard Wagner LD wrote:
> Hi Per
> I think it does. I wanted to reply to your question. I'm a (lucky)
> owner with LD list member Sean Echevarria's splendid Raymond editor
> (http://www.creepingfog.com/sean/pmc/raymond.htm) and looked up my
> that allow accessing all 16 loops randomly and indeed the first is
> MIDI note
> 84 (hex 54), the last 99 (hex 63)
> But if you check page 7-5 of the edp manual
> it says:
> When multiple loops have been set up with the MoreLoops parameter,
> you can trigger them directly with MIDI Note messages. The LoopTrig
> parameter defines the base Note for Loop 1. The consecutive Loops
> occupy the notes above that, so Loop 2 is LoopTrig+1, Loop 3 is
> LoopTrig+2, etc.
> (oops, just saw Andy's post...)
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Per Boysen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Dienstag, 13. September 2005 11:15
>> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
>> Subject: Re: EDP LOOP4 question: Accessing individual loops directly
>> Found this in the manual:
>>> The default value for LoopTrig is now 84 to make room for the
>>> expanded MIDI commands.
>> I have a feeling that this kind of answers my question (below)?
>> / per
>> On Sep 13, 2005, at 9:26, Per Boysen wrote:
>>> Using a midi controller pedal, running my EDP with 76 as the midi
>>> note number offset (parameter "Source #") I was able to directly
>>> access different loops. Like, if using MoreLoops=3, I got:
>>> note 85 = loop 1
>>> note 86 = loop 2
>>> note 87 = loop 3
>>> ...etc (I have tried it with up to "MoreLoops = 9".
>>> Since I can't find anything about this functionality in the LOOP4
>>> manual I wonder: What is it?
>>> Even more strange it gets when I reduce the "Source #" setting to
>>> zero and the SAME note numbers do still access individual loops!
>>> Are these MIDI note numbers sort of hot wired to individual loops -
>>> no matter what the Source # offset?
>>> Greetings from Sweden
>>> Per Boysen
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