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Re: syncing in mainstage
Nice that you can use the Delay Designer. I can imagine its beat
synced filtered taps will fit in well with your music. My Macbook is
not strong enough to run the Delay Designer live.
When you say the Augstus Looper are "ahead" - do you mean they play
back a shorter loop than what goes with the song tempo? I mean, you
have to record something into the loop, and if you do - does this
layer loop back a bit earlier for each loop round? (if so, I
understand what you mean. But I have not seen exactly this in AL
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On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 9:23 PM, Simeon Harris
> thanks for the advice per, i'm a complete newbie at mobius, so stuff like
> this will save me a massive headache later on!
> btw - you were right about my delay designer - the length of the sequence
> wasn't an even number of bars (d'oh!)
> everything seems fine now, except the loopers are ahead of the beat
> slightly. not a massive problem, as the rhythmic plugins are spot on.
> On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 7:50 PM, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 8:27 PM, Simeon Harris
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > maybe i should just save the rhythmic stuff for mobius...
>> That's what I do. Rhythmic doesn't click with Augustus. Also, for
>> Mobius it is good to set its loop latency compensation by ear to get
>> it exact (like this: make a rhythmic loop. Then overdub a second
>> rhythmic layer. Listen to if the second layer returns too early or too
>> late in the loop - regarding to where you played it. Tweak the latency
>> compensation figure until loops come back tight. Mobius is super tight
>> if you set this right! Especially if Mobius is not run as sync slave
>> but as master)