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Re: Looping AABA tunes (Was: How do YOU loop?)
i am really looking forward to trying this out on the
looperlative. the problem with the EDP is that things
invariably go out of sync (even if you have two of
them brother-jacked together). throw in midi-clock,
all the hoo-hah with 8ths/cycles, mutes,
insert-reverse and everything else and i often wind up
with mysteriously moving start points and stuff
slipping out of sync all too easily.
--- Todd Pafford <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You could do something like this in Mobius. In
> fact, I think any
> looper that manipulates mutliple tracks (Mobius, the
> new Looperlative,
> Repeater, etc.) can do this. Just record the groove
> parts to track 1,
> A part to track 2, multiply/overdub as you like to
> those tracks, mute
> track2 (A part), record B part on track 3,
> overdub/solo, mute track 3,
> unmute/restart track2 for the finish. Classic ABA
> Pretty straight forward on a multi-track looper. A
> lot of tap dancing
> on pedals though. At least in Mobius you can script
> operations to fire on single pedal presses.
> On 2/12/06, Kevin <email@example.com> wrote:
> > At 07:23 AM 2/12/2006, Andy wrote:
> > >The "big problem" with looping is to combine some
> sort of ABC type
> > >structure with loops that have a number of
> overdubs. After the A is
> > >built up, it usually sounds like an anticlimax to
> start a B part
> > >from nothing. There's no looping device available
> to let you keep
> > >the rhythm from the A part going as you start to
> record the B part.
> > I play tunes that have AABB or AABA structure.
> What I'd like to do
> > is something like this live:
> > 1. Put down a 2-4 bar groove.
> > 2. Multiply the groove and overdub the head of the
> AABA tune.
> > 3. Overdub the chord changes.
> > 4. Put in rhythm fills every 8 bars and on the
> > 5. Here's the tricky part: With one pedal press,
> undo #2 _only_ and
> > go into overdub to start soloing over the tune.
> > I can do each of the steps above on the EDP except
> for the last one.
> > Is anybody doing anything like this? If so, how
> are you doing it?
> > Thanks,
> > Kevin
> > www.TheNettles.com
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