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Re: can u run multiple sooper loopers?
How do you run parallel loops in the au version?
I have set the number of loops to 4
but I only see one sooper looper as opposed to four?
Now I am confused
> You can run as many parallel loops as your Mac can handle.
is that just in the stand alone version?
On 25 Oct 2005, at 18:49, Per Boysen wrote:
> On Oct 25, 2005, at 19:32, geoff smith wrote:
>> getting to grips with things now.
>> sooper looper is awesome now I am understanding it better
>> anyone getting a horrible noise when using the variable play back
>> Is it possible to use multiple loops in the au version? as i can't
>> seem to get this to work.
>> I only get one loop no matter how many I choose? mmmm
> Depends on what you mean with "multiple loops". You can run as many
> parallel loops as your Mac can handle. But you can not jump between
> loops in the linear way that you do with an EDP; i.e. first one loop
> and then another loop. In this respect SooperLooper is kind of
> "Repeater"-like but with the option to also run multiple loops of
> different length at the same time. If you activate "Relative Sync"
> they will hook up according to the quantize value - lot's of poly
> rhythm fun to explore there ;-)
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
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