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Re: feedback/features/new loopers...
>>>I like your diagrams, Steve. So, what happens when you make loop
master sync loop? When do the loops 1 and 2 start over again
this loop? In other words, when loop 3 ends, do loops 1 and 2 start
keep on going? If the latter, then how are they synced to loop 3?
are saying that they can't be.
Or when your loop 1 and loop 2 are different lenghts, and you make the
longer one the master? Can you diagram that and show what happens to the
excess Xs or Os? Does the shorter loop repeat and go only part of
to fill in the space of the longer loop?<<<
nothing at all happens to loops one and 2 when 3 becomes the master
to sync to - nothing happens to loops already recorded by changing
anything on any other loops. The point of changing loop 3 to be the
sync master is so that the loops that come afterwards can be layered
of course, I guess I ought to mention that you can also layer on top
of each layer if you want, but there's no undo function for that, so
it makes more sense to do them on separate loops so you have more
choices for feedback levels, volume levels routing to the aux outputs
But just in case it's still unclear, loop 3 will not change loop 1 or
2, there's no way of retriggering the start of either of those loops
by doing anything to other loops.
i think it'll be fun if Bob put in the rounded multiply to indivdual
loops. Not sure how it would implement across separate loop tracks,
but with it the way it is, you can do everything that rounded
multiply does (shit, I'm losing track of which is rounded and which
is unrounded - I've been typing about looping for too long today, and
not playing enough...) except force a rhythm out of a glitchy loop -
at the moment you can't resample sections of one loop. That would be
a great addition.
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