At 5:28 PM +0200 5/11/09, Sjaak wrote: > > Mech wrote: >> It's simple: record a line, then (for example) drop it down one >> octave. This will slow the loop to half-speed at the same time. >> Now, run it through a pitch shifter, and transpose back up an octave. >> This will restore the loop to its original pitch, but it will remain >> at half-speed. Obviously, other pitch/speed transpositions produce >> different results. > >That's a very creative solution, I never though about that ;) Thanks, Sjaak. Wish I could take full credit for it, but I first heard it in a conversation with 'Knights...' over on the Looperlative board. I'd been working with using a pitch shifter on the Aux Outs for a while. When he brought up the idea of using that in conjunction with the LP1's (then new) transposition function to achieve time stretch/compress, I had a genuine "palm meets forehead" moment. Seems stupid simple, but it's just one of those things you don't realize until it smacks you in the face. %) --m. -- _____ "the wind in my heart; the dust in my head...."