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Re: Ableton w/ VST Looper
On 22 jun 2006, at 14.02, Buzap Buzap wrote:
>> I prefer to work the instant composing stuff on a master track
>> level (mangling the summed layers/loops) instead of taking the remix
>> approach to split it up in parallel.
> I like to mix stuff until I have a certain density. Then, to keep
> the mix interesting, I like to add some delay or phaser/flanger or
> reverse on some loops.
> But if you have 8 loops in Mobius, I guess I could pick a loop and
> then resample it with effects, would be probably less CPU consuming.
Yes. In Live it's very easy to resample any loop or mix of loops.
Simply set the track input to "Resampling", record enable the track
and trig the slot where you want to place the clip. In my Mac setup
with Live and Augustus Loop I usually keep one Live track instantly
set up for resampling. After having resampled you can drag the clip
with the mouse to another track that maybe has a more suitable
> Could it perhaps work the other way - using Ableton as effect
> machine for Mobius?
Oh yes! "The other way"....? Isn't that the main reason people want
to run loopers as VST/au plug-ins in Live? Live has excellent effects.
Greetings from Sweden