Listening here now and finding it quite exciting! I like your guitar tone a lot, guess we share similar tastes on such matters. The Octatrack seems to be a cool tool. Hope you manage to learn how to master it as well as you master the guitar. Greetings from Sweden Per Boysen www.perboysen.com http://www.youtube.com/perboysen On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 5:49 PM, Anders Bergdahl <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > So I figured I use the Octatrack to live loop/sample my guitar and the > set > the playback speed down so i get just intervals maybe something > interesting > will happen.... > > > ..then if I also set loop length and sequencer playback to numbers that > follows the math of just intervals it will get really crazy, then add > effects and other goodies.. > So the loops are "just" and the guitar is not.. lake a bag pipe and > piano... > > > ... i have one track of 9/8, one 5/4, one 3/2 and one 15/8 (these produce > non decimal numbers when divided with 64 which feeds the value range of > the > rate knob on the octatrack) > > SO - did it become music.. perhaps, have a listen and decide > http://soundcloud.com/...-bergdahl/just-playing > > and this is only a fraction of what can be done, I have a few other > where I > use non released features of the Beta OS i have on the octatrack, those > will > come later. > THE GUITAR, is my Soloway Swan Single 15, bridge pickup and the "amp" is > the > V-stack tweedy.. (sorry late and family asleep..) > > > (yes there is one canned loop which I made by resampling other samples > mangled with the octa track... so there are 4 tracks of live looped > guitar, > one track of the guitar and one track with the "canned loop"