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AW: Ableton Live & The best way to multi track.

No. This plugin (it's a VST plugin) records what is going through the audio track it is sitting on. If you put it on the master as the last element, it records what you send to the mains. If you put it onto an audio input track as the first effect, it will record what goes into that track etc. You can use more than one of them to record several tracks (and in the tapeit2 version, even sync them), and on a normal contemporary computer, you can record a lot of tracks onto the same drive simultaneously.

Von: Bass Player [mailto:mrbigpantz@gmail.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 5. Februar 2008 19:57
An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Betreff: Re: Ableton Live & The best way to multi track.

That is absolutely incredible! You are telling me this plug in will record what's being recorded in Live? This is just too good to be true. If I am already recording audio/midi to my external hard drive, what does this do? Can I record two different programs on to the same hard drive simultaneously? Can I edit in this plug in as well? 

On 2/5/08, Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill <rs@moinlabs.de> wrote:
> I simply want to be able to retain all audio as it's performed in an
improvisational sense, no matter it's source as long as it's
> hosted in Live, in an independent yet synchronized (FULLY DESTRUCTIVE EDIT
READY) multi track session.

Use a plugin like tapeit.