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Re: SooperLooper beta released for OSX

On Feb 18, 2005, at 9:07, mjnoble wrote:

> hi Per,
> So far as I can tell, each loop is independent, hence, setting up 4 
> loops in the one engine gives you 4 parallel loops.  I imagine you can 
> then use individual Mutes or the volume level faders to achieve the 
> same effect as next loop and previous loop as in the EDP.

Thanks, that's nice to hear! I guess I could then use my Indigo i/o 
card's two inputs to record, overdub or substitute into two loops at 
the same time. I wonder if I could address the same function in 
different loops by different controllers? I would like to have the 
option to do it both ways; either (1) stomp one button and record 
simultaneously into both loops or (2) stomp another button to record 
only into loop A or loop B (while hearing them both playing back in 

I apologize for posting these kind of speculations before actually 
taking the time to learn everything about SooperLooper. I will hold 
back on posting now until I have spent some more time with it. Normally 
I find it more time efficient to read the manual all through but with 
SL it seems that everything is not yet covered by the online 

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen
http://www.looproom.com (international)
http://www.boysen.se (Swedish site)