Got it! So, there's a panel at the bottom of Loopy's interface which currently displays a visualisation of the audio going through the system. I'll add a 'ruler' along the bottom that corresponds to the master loop, with ticks for each loop endpoint. If you set the BPM first, the default is 1 bar, at however many beats per bar you specify. If you record a loop first, it's the length of the first loop. Then, you can pinch with two fingers to change the length, to multiples or fractions of that initial length - pinch inwards to make the master loop shorter, outwards to make it longer (I'm thinking of having an option that's on by default, to limit to powers of two for beginner users). Or, drag a track onto the panel, and it will take its length from that track. Then, event quantisation takes place with respect to that master length. So, if you start with an initial loop of 1 beat, you can then quickly pinch out the master loop to be 4 times that. What d'you think? >> >> In the meanwhile, have you explored the EDP multiply function? > > I have indeed! I'm still thinking of a way to provide something that >allows a similar kind of loop building.