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  • #4959

    Hi,

    Is there any way to select a specific part of a loop to playback in real time using midi? Right now I have only found that I can do it using the mouse pointer or by pre programming parts through Slicer. I got a response a few years ago through email that this could be solved via a makro. Is it possible for you to create an example macro for this?

    Thanks!

    #4963
    Gwenole
    Member

    Hi Daniel,

    I’m going to send you in separated answers 2 macro examples that could to the job.
    You’ll just have to create new macros in logelloop and to copy/paste the codes
    I hope it will be helpfull.

    Best regards

    Gwenole

    #4964
    Gwenole
    Member

    //This macro will recall a slicer step previously stored
    //by presing a midi note controller routed on the Macro Midi Variables.
    //You’ll just have to adress your midi keyboard to the midiv_ntv1, 2,3,…
    //in the project configuration menu > Midi > Variables for macro and to program your slicer steps with the desired
    //time selection.

    DoRepeat

    If {$midiv_ntv1$ > 0}

    SlicerStepLoad 1

    EndIf

    //Copy here up to 8 If to EndIf lines and just change the number of the midi ntv and the number of the slicer step load

    If {$midiv_ntv8$ > 0}

    SlicerStepLoad 8

    EndIf

    Sleep 100

    While true

    #4965
    Gwenole
    Member

    //This macro will recall a specific part of a loop via midi
    //by presing a midi note controller routed on the Macro Midi Variables
    //You’ll just have to :
    //- adress your midi keyboard to the midiv_ntv1, 2,3,… in
    // the project configuration menu > Midi > Variables for //macro
    // Set in the macro below the TrackLoopBeginAt and TrackLoopEndAt value, which means the beginning and the end
    // of the specific part you wanna recall.
    //You can duplicate this macro and assign other midi notes by changing
    //in the macro below the values of the $midiv_ntv $ value

    DoRepeat

    If {$midiv_ntv1$ > 0}

    TrackLoopBeginAt trk1 0

    TrackLoopEndAt trk1 20000

    EndIf

    Sleep 100

    While true

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 6 days ago by Gwenole.
    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 6 days ago by Gwenole.
    #4976

    Thank you Gwenole for your examples. They will be of great use when recalling specific predefined parts of the loop!

    Is there also a way of modifying TrackLoopBeginAt and TrackLoopEndAt in ‘real time’ using for example two rotary knobs if you want to enlarge/minimize the loop/slicer window in a live performance without predefined loop windows? Basically, the same way you can using the mouse pointer today. Thanks again!

    Regards
    //
    Daniel

    #4986

    Here is an example Macro I got from Philippe that solves my question above:

    DoRepeat

    MessageMain $midiv_cc1$
    TrackLoopBeginAt trk1 {scale($midiv_cc1$, 0, 127, 0, $current_loop_duration_samples$)}
    TrackLoopEndAt trk1 {scale($midiv_cc2$, 0, 127, 0, $current_loop_duration_samples$)}
    Sleep 50

    While true

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