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Re: Logic Audio Loops
Yes they can, you just have to set it up in Logic's Environment. Bit of a
learning curve, but very usefull to know. I use Logic for abosolutly
everything...composition, movie posting, performing...and now looping.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2001 6:50 AM
Subject: Re: Logic Audio Loops
> Can the enabling of the buss sends or muting of the
> tracks or delays be accomplished through midi (foot
> pedal, for instance)?
> Can you envision how a similar Logic setup could be
> created to do this for midi looping?
> The reason I'm asking is that I'm seriously toying
> with the idea of switching from Windoze/Cakewalk to
> Mac/Logic, and before I do, I'd like to understand
> Logic's midi looping / midi control capabilities for
> live usage.
> --- Jeff van Dyck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Matthias,
> > I was thinking the other day about Logic Audio's
> > live inputs and some
> > delays....well the verdict is...a very cool software
> > looper system!
> > Using plugins, I started with a noise gate on the
> > input, then assigned 4
> > buss sends,
> > each to a separate instance of a Waves SuperTap 2
> > Tap Delay...On the
> > delays, I turned on one tap and had it at 8 1/4
> > notes delay, with
> > 100% feedback with the same amount of delay...so by
> > enabling any of
> > the 4 buss sends on the input, I can record an audio
> > loop, and then
> > mute one of the delays if I want to. I can even add
> > other plugins, without
> > disturbing the loop. It's really quite amazing.
> > The result is a live 4 track infinite audio loop
> > that syncs to midi.
> > Latency is a non issue on my Mac G3 300.
> > This is a great example of how flexible Logic can
> > be.
> > Cheers,
> > Jeff
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