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Old 07-29-2011, 03:49 PM
julyen julyen is offline
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Default FX Loop with loop station - how do I prevent the "cut" when changing rig?

Hi,

With my Eleven Rack, I started to use the BOSS RC-50 Loop Station. To do that, I use the FX Loop send/return:

Eleven Rack send --> RC-50 instrument in (stereo)

RC-50 main out --> Eleven Rack Return (also stereo)

My main problem is that if the loop station is playing and I change to a different rig, there's a very audible "cut" or "blank" in the sound (I assume it's the FX Loop being disabled / enabled, it is on for all rigs I use for loops obviously). Any advice to prevent that would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Julien
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