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Work on looper pedal software

April 20th, 2010
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The previous software for the looper was deficient because it only did one loop at a time. I've got three pedals, why not three loops? I set this up, but pretty quickly learned that three independent loops were not going to be useful. With more than one loop at once you want later loops to sync to a primary loop. I wrote a preliminary version of this, but I'm stuck with a chuck language issue. I need to figure out how to wait until a playing LiSa buffer gets around to the start of its loop.

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