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RE: 1st Loop Workaround in Ableton's LIVE 4.0

No, I was just referring to the potential of implementing the feature in
the future. Sorry if that wasn't clear.

-- Sarth

> -----Original Message-----
> From: thetoyroom@comcast.net [mailto:thetoyroom@comcast.net]
> Sent: Monday, June 07, 2004 6:33 PM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: RE: 1st Loop Workaround in Ableton's LIVE 4.0
> > Live has the ability to defeat the time-stretching functionality on
> > sample. So having the software extract the tempo from the object
> > on a non-timestretched sample should actually be a relatively simple
> > task. This is a one-click operation in Logic, a drag and drop in
> > and a two footswitch press on the Adrenalinn.
> i've been following this thread with interest, as I use Live 3 for my
> recording and compositions.  I had tried to set it up as a 'live
> with my Behringer FCB midi pedal, and it just didn't have the
> that I wanted, compared with my Repeater.  I gave up a bit soon,
> admittedly.
> with this discussion, i've been intrigued to maybe start again,
> after seeing Rick's/Ableton's suggested workarounds.
> that being said, sarth, are you saying that a loop can be recorded, IN
> REAL TIME, and not be 'warped' by Live?  I don't think this is the
> Even pre-existing loops that are brought into Live are 'warped' and
> 'looped' by default.  And then if you turn of 'warp', then it will no
> longer loop.
> furthermore, if you uncheck 'warp', and let the sample sit there, Live
> isn't going to calculate its tempo and alter the host tempo to match.
> sample is just going to sit there, right?
> Granted, I'm thinking about this a bit from the 'Arrange' window
> and not the 'session' window.
> Unfortunately, I'm not in front of my audio computer at the moment to
> confirm some of your ideas, but I'm really interested in this
> continuing!
> For my own little advertisement, Live feels so good to work with.  I
> been on a rollercoaster ride of DAW software over the last 3+ years to
> find a comfortable recording system that allows for professional
> without the creativity 'buzzkill'.  Gone through Logic, Cubase SX,
> and now to Live.
> Just got Lounge Lizard, and am running it into Live via Plogue's
> Easily the nicest sounding Rhodes i've played with!  Yummy!
> and now back to your scheduled program...
> rich
> www.asopaque.com