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Re: Record while loop is playing?
Yes. I had a Repeater for a while and could do that. Sorry, I forgot
to mention it but I was thinking about more like the mixer channel
On Sep 26, 2005, at 0:19, Kelly Coyle wrote:
> Shouldn't that be possible with the Repeater by manipulating the
> track volumes? (I don't have one...)
> On Sep 25, 2005, at 5:06 PM, Per Boysen wrote:
>> On Sep 25, 2005, at 22:40, John Harding wrote:
>>> Hi Loopers Delight mailing list,
>>> Iím hoping someone out there can answer a looping-related
>>> question for me. Can anyone tell me if there are any looping
>>> devices capable of doing thisÖ
>>> While one loop is playing, Iíd like to be able to record another
>>> part silently (like with a sort of mute button or something).
>>> Then, at the appropriate time, Iíd like to be able to
>>> simultaneously and seamlessly stop the first loop, and drop the
>>> second one in to replace it.
>>> Iíve been doing some research on this matter, but havenít had any
>>> luck finding answers yet. Hopefully this isnít a question thatís
>>> been answered a million times already, I know how irritating that
>>> can be. If it is, I apologize! But this is kind of a last
>>> resort for me.
>> I've done that with two looping devices by muting and un-muting
>> their mixer channel, but I don't know any looping device that can
>> do it by itself. This was discussed two weeks ago on the Mobius
>> list and Matthias Loibner said he uses that trick when looping
>> live audi input on a laptop running parallel instances of Moebius.
>> This can of course also be done in the Ableton Live software
>> (recording to a muted channel while a loop keeps playing on
>> another channel).
>> Greetings from Sweden
>> Per Boysen