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Re: Looping Dilemna 2
I used to do a long loop with half speed on and turn it back to normal
with the loop running twice as fast as a backing effect which would
trigger the drum machine at a normal speed as well.Then i would start
layering things on top.
Another option would be tapping record and ending the loop to trigger your
desired drum machine speed with its volume down and doing long multiplied
overdubs which will not affect the speed of the drum box,then slowly fade
the backing beat.
These days i dont use synced drumboxes anymore,although i recently did a
gig in konstanz where i used my sampler to run a steady backing sample
while i improvise,but its all fun!
--- On Mon, 8/4/08, andy butler <email@example.com> wrote:
> From: andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Looping Dilemna 2
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Date: Monday, August 4, 2008, 2:41 AM
> Aaron Austin wrote:
> > I am synced out to a drum machine and so when i do a
> phrase then press
> > the 2nd record the drums come in with me but if i loop
> a long phrase it
> > makes the tempo REALLY SLOW. How can i loop more than
> a one bar phrase
> > without the ehoplex trying to sync at a tempo like
> twenty do i HAVE to
> > set the one bar and then multiply?
> that would fix it
> Or is it all in my Qauntize/8thscycle
> > setting?
> that would also seem like a fix, you could give it a go,
> just work out how many beats in your loop.
> ...but if your timing isn't totally metronomic
> throughout the loop
> the drums won't be in time for all of it.
> Another option
> Hit Record
> Play first bar
> Hit Insert
> Play the rest of the loop.
> Hit Insert
> andy butler