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Re: SooperLooper (System requirements)
I found the error : )
When I saw your command lines to be typed in the terminal folder I realized
something. I made a folder in my App folder called: Sooperlooper.
When I removed the app from this folder started Jack and then SooperLooper
Everything worked as on my G4. Fantastic.
I guess my needs to keep my workspace organized got in the way for me.
I wanted to keep SooperLooper in a folder with the presets ant txt.files.
So my problem was that I made a folder within the Applications folder and
moved SooperLooper into it.
By moving SooperLooper out the folder and just let if float in the
applicationsfolder made it work.
In the future, will it be possible to add a new loop without going into
for routing? If Im working on a loop and I want anotherone I add one, no
sweat : ) when im routing/patching in JACK I get these clicking noises when
the routing gets activated. It does not get picked up in the loop, its just
some noise that should not be there,I guess.
Will a Audio Unit version be tagged to JACK? or would it be "standalone" as
without the need of JACK to run?
This is really great, it saves me the need of buying a hardware looper.
Donation coming up, just need to pay the rent first, ohŠ and feed the kids
Fantastic, and again I really like the GUI : )
Thanks a lot
On 18-02-05 16:45, "Jesse Chappell" <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 15:20:23 +0100, Jan A Johnsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Im using Jack already, 0.6 version and it works on my G3 but it does not
>> "see" SooperLooper. To upgrade sounded like a good idea, but im afraid
>> building the application and Terminal stuff is beyond my level of user
>> friendly approach to OsX. Since Compiling out of CSV means nothing to
>> guess I need some help here. Anyone?
> OK, to help me solve the problem I'll need you to open a Terminal.
> First, start JACK with JackPilot. Assuming you installed the
> SooperLooper in your Applications folder, do the following commands
> (pressing enter after each line, and don't type the $ which represents
> the prompt):
> $ cd /Applications
> $ ./SooperLooper.app/Contents/MacOS/slgui
> You will see the gui come up, and you should see some error message
> that will tell me something useful. Email me all the text output from
> that, if you could.
>> How do I go about installing the newest version of JACK on my MAC?
> Assuming you downloaded and installed the 0.6 package from the link on
> sooperlooper's site, you should be fine there. The official jackosx
> 0.6 release will probably be next week and at that time i will direct
> users to their official website.