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Re: New software looper
Yeah, I'll second that .....
I really like the look and feel of this program, and some of the options it seems to support ... but I haven't figured out how to record and loop audio live yet ..... the only record that seems to work for me is the one that records to a file that I need to load up afterward ......
am I missing something?
And my other questions was also about the rec tempo ... can we ask the program to calculate that after recording/looping?
From: "Per Boysen" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2008 12:05 PM
Subject: Re: New software looper
On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 7:05 PM, Peter Nyboer wrote:
> Hi Loopers,
> I'm Peter Nyboer, programmer for Livid Instruments - fellow San Jose
> resident (San Josean? San Joser?) Tim Thompson let me know there was some
> talk here about Livid Looper. Thanks for checking it out.
Is anyone successfully getting live audio input recorded? I'm on a
MacBook here and LividLooper does indeed recognize my soundcard input,
since it is appropriately displayed by the Input Meters module. I'm
following the manual precisely: clicking the "Rec" button and waiting
for it to leave the yellow status to record in the green status. But I
see or hear no indication that my mic input is being recorded.
I can't find a way to set the tempo by the action of recording audio -
is that possible? I would prefer that as opposed to manually setting
the tempo in advance and then having to "guess on a silent
click-track" for the first recording. Ideas?
It's a very good and understandable manual BTW! Great idea with that
first GUI figure with characters that are used in the following text
as headers for each part giving a closer look at that particular
section. This concept is also used by the Swedish Income Tax
Authorities! (now dig that ;-)
Greetings from Sweden