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Re: New concept for looping control - extremely small and portable!
I have been experimenting with using my guitar via Axon ax 50 to
control Sooperlooper, Live and Mainstage. No Pedal. It can be done. I
just ordered a Godin Spectrum to really did deep into this.
On Jun 20, 2008, at 6:36 PM, Krispen Hartung wrote:
> Brilliant. I'm all for the idea. Right now, my system is leaning
> toward only my MIDI Mouse pedal (one program button, and one preset
> up/down button) to freeze random loop functionlity, random effect
> selection/morphing, and random effect parameter manipulation. I
> can do this now with my laptop keyboard, but doing it with the MIDI
> Mouse, will allow me to close the laptop lid forever!
> Ahhhh, if I can just get to the point to where I'm just playing my
> instrument, yet reaping the benefits of computer technology. The
> best of both worlds for me. I can't stand being a slave to my
>> (If someone should take interest:)
>> In order to minimize my gear I'm building a new looping system with
>> ONLY ONE PEDAL! And it's working very well!
>> Why are we lugging around these horrendously heavy and huge FCB1010
>> beasts from Behringer? We don't need them!
>> It's just a laptop and the tiny analog foot switch. And then I'm
>> a hand button pad to "arm" the foot switch for whatever looping
>> to be executed on the next foot switch kick.
>> Tech info:
>> I'm plugging the switch into a mic pre amp input on the sound card.
>> Then a VST plug-in (Peakfreak by TobyBear) creates a MIDI note from
>> the incoming audio noise bump and I translate this MIDI note with
>> Plogue Bidule into the MIDI events I have set up the Mobius VST
>> for (correlates to my FCB pedal, so I will stay backwards
>> Greetings from Sweden
>> Per Boysen
>> www.boysen.se (Swedish)
>> www.looproom.com (international)