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Re: Mobius Alternatives

AmbiLoop still gets updates every so often.. and it is pretty straight  
forward to use.. :)


Quoting Ruelle Benoit <benoitruelle@yahoo.fr>:

> Hello John,
> There was also "ambiloop" I useds in the past:
> http://www.ambiloop.com/. I don't know it's current status.
> I switched to Mobius since .. heu .. what? 3 years? 4?
> Ben.
>  ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Singletary"
> <singletaryj472@gmail.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 2:53 AM
> Subject: Mobius Alternatives
>> Hey All, so I've been playing around some with Mobius and think it
>> seems like an very good program but also find the interface a bit hard
>> to work with in some respects. I was wondering what, if any, other
>> programs are out there that essentially do what mobius does in terms
>> of live looping but that might have a little les steep of a learning
>> curve or an interface thats a bit more user friendly. However, if
>> Mobius is the best program out there I'd gladly learn all of its
>> features so I don't to settle for something less powerful, I guess its
>> a matter of know whats out there. Thanks again to everyone for your
>> help, I've been experimenting with some different looping techniques
>> and planning my setup, still aquiring a lot of the pieces to make it
>> all work but this is something i've been interested in for some time
>> and actuallly applying this method is really re-invigorating my
>> interest in playing and performing so its a lot of fun.
>> Best Regards,
>> John Singletary