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Re: Laptop live-looping in Numerology


glad to hear it!

That's the sort of fix I like to do best - when it turns out the 
solution was in the software all along :)


On 13 Oct 2004, at 15:36, Loopers-Delight-d-request@loopers-delight.com 

> From: Per Boysen <per@boysen.se>
> Date: 12 October 2004 22:04:02 BST
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: Laptop live-looping in Numerology
> On Oct 3, 2004, at 23:19, Os wrote:
>> (to be clear, for those not familiar with Augustus Loop, you can 
>> change the settings to avoid tape 'artefacts'  when changing pitch - 
>> it's changing the delay time on the fly that currently gives you the 
>> unavoidable effects.)
>> I'm always happy to hear from anyone with suggestions for changes & 
>> features - drop me a mail or leave a note on my website forum.
> Os,
> Many thanks for the tip. Today I tried to deselect the "fix length" 
> buttons and this was the best thing I've done for a long time :-)   I 
> have built a system in Numerology with three parallel Augustus Loopers 
> and then I have ten FCB foot buttons to transform all loops at once, 
> to improvise chord changes. What happens now, with the "fix length" 
> deselected, is that the poly rhythm between the three loops changes 
> with each transformation of pitch (since each loop does take on a new 
> length when re-pitched). As "a meta instrument" I actually like this 
> better! I never get the tape simulation artefacts now. Not until I 
> step the pedal for "triplet" or "reverse" and that is all cool. Those 
> tape sounds ARE great, and this sparse they come out just right IMHO.
> All the best
> Per Boysen