yes, but... along with the SAME loops that were recorded live through an amp. I'm a pro tools guru, if it were only recording the loops into PT and synching it with tempo I would have been done in 3.4 seconds like you said. what I've done is recorded a song live with the rc-50 running through an amp. it's a performance that I don't want to change, just help it out a little. so, to help out the sound of it I want to re-record the RC-50 loops back into pt. then I have to sync those with the (same) loops that were recorded already. do you see what I'm doing now? am I explaining it enough? I think the only REAL way is to record the loops back into my live session after the fact for the whole song duration and ignore PT's tempo. kind of sucks though cause then if I want to loop other stuff in PT I have no tempo sync thanks for your help teddy On Feb 12, 2007, at 10:02 AM, monk wrote: > i read the other email and it doesn't explain why it won't work. > unless i'm misunderstanding. you want to take the loops you've made > on the rc-50 and use them in a protools session? please clarify. > > > On Feb 12, 2007, at 9:56 AM, Teddy wrote: > >> that won't work with what I'm doing. >> see my next email which explains my process a bit more in detail. >> >> thanks anyway. >> >> Teddy >> >> On Feb 12, 2007, at 9:50 AM, monk wrote: >> >>> all you have to do is use the grid mode and resize the loop to >>> whatever the new tempo is. it takes about 3.4 seconds.