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Re: A DIFF : re:Workaround in Ableton's LIVE 4.0
Of course you can! ;)
Either just turn off all warp-markers for unlimited de-sync or just change
the looplength to something like 7/8 long or anything else funny that goes
out of sync and then comes back after a while.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rodrigo Constanzo" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2004 3:09 AM
Subject: A DIFF : re:Workaround in Ableton's LIVE 4.0
> i guess im jumping in a little late, but ive been having a hoot with live
> lately and was wondering if some of you live pros could tell me something
> can you do asynchronous loops in live?, from what ive gathered it just
> stretches/shrinks whatever you drop in to fit the tempo, is there a way
> make it play whatever loops you add loop at their own tempi but within
> same liveset?
> and can you combine it stretch/shrinking loops AND leaving loops at their
> own tempi at the same time?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tias" <email@example.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 3:09 AM
> Subject: Re: 1st Loop Workaround in Ableton's LIVE 4.0
> > > Maybe we're actually saying the same thing and I'm just reacting
> > > strongly to the phrase "virtually impossible."
> > Hehe, indeed we are. ;)
> > > other than live loop fanatics. Often in a production setting I have a
> > > loop I would like to use as a master, and as such I would prefer that
> > > not be granulated (even subtly), and that all the other loops sync to
> > > it.
> > Well put (my thoughts exactly), the code for finding out the tempo of a
> > isn't hard since the theory isn't hard.
> > But implementing it in the current sample-slot engine that Live uses, i
> > can't help to think that it would be hard. Unless maybe a modification
> > adding something like a new "Master Tempo Channel" so you could have
> > samples, loaded or recorded on the fly, with different master tempos so
> > just change the tempo and stretches all other samples as usual.
> > That way you could have either Samples in each Tempo Slot or perhaps
> > just a Tempo event setting. So you could trigger new tempo-settings
> > click of a button. ;)
> > How's that for an implementation? Maybe we should suggest that to
> > That's one thing that cheaper priced sequencers of today tend to loose
> > on, a song usually is just one tempo all the way through, not by choice
> > because the software some musicians use doesn't support changing of
> > throughout the song.
> > /Tias