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Re: looping software query
Thank for speaking about Logelloop!
> I also like the French Logelloop. An eight track looper built for Mac
> in Max that can host VST and AU plugins.
Au plugs will supported in Logelloop 2.
For now, in Logelloop 1 it is actually not supported yet.
> The great point for me is
> that all its mixer settings can be saved as "presets" (or rather "snap
> shots") that you can jump between. In this you can set the value for
> how slow the morphing of all mixer parameter's values shall happen as
> you change preset, and this includes loop speed/pitch!!!! I have not
> been able to get Logelloop running stable on any of my Macs but as
> soon as this happens I will bring it out for concerts.
This is quite strange Per.
You never said to me that Logelloop is not stable on your MACs.
And avery Logelloop user seems to be really happy with the soft stability.
If there is a problem I will be very happy to fix it as soon as possible.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.looproom.com internet music hub
> On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 6:27 PM, ::Yellow6:: <email@example.com> wrote:
>> i've been using hardware loopers for many years and have been through
>> of the cheaper end of the range (JamMan, RC-20, RC-2, DL-4) and finally
>> settled on an RC-50 and Lo-fi loop junky. but, following my move to
>> Logic on Mac for recording last year, i now have access to Main Stage
>> wondered about making a more portable live setup using that.
>> I have no experience of software looping tools so wondered if anyone
>> give some advice on what i might be able to use.
>> Basic requirement is to be able to record one loop (hands free as i'm a
>> guitarist) and layer on top in sync, switching in and out as needed, but
>> also to occasionally use a pre-recorded loop as a start point (possibly
>> for sync as it might be a drone).
>> Also any suggestions of a good floor controller
>> thanks in advance for any suggestions
>> - y e l l o w 6 -