Currently Being ModeratedNov 7, 2012 2:46 AM (in response to gorgorsan)Re: Is panning possible for loops?
Well the manual is moot on your questions... however if you create patches that actually do your pans and then step through them in your desired order/affect, there's this...
From Pg 8-1
PRE (FS3 switch light is Off):Your guitar signal is recorded unprocessed (i.e. - the
Loop is recorded “pre” Amp & FX processing). When played back, the Loop audio
is mixed with incoming guitar to feed the current Preset’s Amp & FX processing.
If you change Presets or tone settings while set to PRE, you’ll hear them applied to
your Loop playback.
• When the Looper is set to PRE, the Pre/Post icon appears as “POST,”
to indicate that pressing the PRE/POSTfootswitch will set the Looper
POST(FS3 switch light is on):Your guitar signal is recorded processed (i.e. - the
Loop is recorded “post” Amp & FX processing). When played back, the Loop audio
is mixed with incoming guitar AFTER the guitar signal has been processed through
the Amp and FX. This provides the ability select a new Preset which is applied only
on your guitar input, while the Loop plays back with the original recorded Preset
Try expirimenting to see what it does although I'd expect it only to record the "Guitar In" input and/or possibly the "Aux In".
Currently Being ModeratedNov 7, 2012 5:49 AM (in response to gorgorsan)Re: Is panning possible for loops?
Yes, as long as the Looper is in POST position it will record the original loop and each overdub exactly as it is set up in the preset's mixer.
The Looper records whatever Inputs are used in the Preset (e.g. Aux or Guitar, or Mic,....). Note that the 1/8" cd/mp3 input is not selectable as an Input for a preset; this input is passed directly to the HD500 analog outputs and is not available to the Looper.