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Re: feedback/features/new loopers...
So, are you saying that on the LP1, I can record, let say a loop on track 1
that is 30 seconds long, with no time signature, and then record a loop on
track 2 that is 40 seconds long and is 16 measure long, set that track 2 as
the reference, and track 1 will repeat within that 16 measures? In this
case, it would have to play the track 1 loop once and start again for 10
seconds before starting again.
Or if my second loop on track 2 is shorter than the loop on track 1 (let's
say track 2 is 20 seconds), how will track 1 play? Will it play for 20
seconds and start over, thus cutting off the last 10 seconds? Or will it
play for 20 seconds, play 10 more seconds on the second recurrance of loop
2, and then start over again?
I'm very curious how it performs the above use cases.
> >>>And you mean the sub-feature of this, when you hit Record and it
> the original loop length, right? Or do you mean just using Multiply to
> record, and hitting Multipy to stop the loop, but in an un-rounded
> I certainly use both types of multiply, though on the looperlative,
> I'm finding it much more organic and musical to be able to leave the
> ambient loop intact and still impose rhythmic form on top by running
> the rhythm loop in a second unsynced track... Because on the LP1 you
> can change which is the reference loop for the syncing you could even
> do three separate ambient layers of the same length, then drop a
> rhythm loop into track 4 of a different length, reassign that as the
> master loop and fill the remaining four tracks with stuff synced to
> that, all of which can then be set to decay at different rates,
> muted, paused, turned up or down volume-wise etc. etc. Mind mind is
> boggling at the possibilities just with this beta software!
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