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Re: software looping
It looks GREAT. I plan to give it a test this
evening, and I'll report what I find. =) Thanks!!
--- Jesse Chappell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I suggest you try the recently released SooperLooper
> which shares many features with the EDP. Let me
> know how it works for you...
> On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 06:48:37 -0800 (PST), mike
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hey guys.
> > I was a subscriber a few years ago and was looping
> > using a Boomerang pedal, but kind of fell out of
> > proverbial "loop" for awhile. Now I have a
> > renewed interest in returning to looping during my
> > gigs, but I'd like to base it around my G4
> > I'm not sure what software will do what I'm
> > for with a fairly intuitive interface. I have a
> > controller keyboard, and would like to use that in
> > conjunction with audio inputs (guitars / mics /
> bass /
> > whatever) and use all of the above in creating
> > loops in front of a crowd.
> > Any recommendations? I spent a few days with
> > Live, but just can't wrap my head around their
> > interface. Surely there's got to be something
> that is
> > easier to use.
> > If it would simplify the usability of the
> > I'd love something that I could use just to loop
> > overdub audio input (the aforementioned guitars /
> > whatever) and leave the midi controller out of the
> > equation.
> > Thanks for any help.
> > Mike
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