Business Template Forums Logelloop (English spoken) Pre load loops from start + save pre select loops in settings

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  • #3074

    I have three questions:
    1. How can I pre load a specific loop when opening a project?
    2. Can a save a specific loop from drop down meny in Saved Loops or File Player as part of a saved setting? How?
    3. Is there a way of choosing loop from drop down menu in Saved Loops or File Player by midi controller? I didn’t see it in midi settings.

    #3078

    Hi Daniel,
    I will make a post for each question.
    Here is the answer for the question 1.

    1. How can I pre load a specific loop when opening a project?

    You first need to make a macro containing this kind of script :

    // Macro begin
    LoadLoop 20160407-Yeah-backwards A True
    Mute
    Mute
    LoadLoop TacTac B true
    LoadLoop Chorus C true
    // Macro end

    Load your macro in a slot and check “A.S.*” this means “Auto start”.
    So, when you open your project, the macro is automatically started and your loops are loaded in Logelloop.

    I hope this explanation is clear enough.
    You’ll probably need to read the “Macros” chapter in the User Manual to know how to make a macro and to put it in a macro slot.

    Happy looping! -)
    Philippe

    #3079

    Daniel,

    I don’t really understand your question :

    2. Can a save a specific loop from drop down meny in Saved Loops or File Player as part of a saved setting? How?

    May you explain a bit more what you want to do?
    Thank you,
    Philippe

    #3080

    Hi Daniel,

    3. Is there a way of choosing loop from drop down menu in Saved Loops or File Player by MIDI controller? I didn’t see it in midi settings.

    1 – Make a macro to load the saved loops and/or audio file in the File Player. Below is an example :

    //Macro begin
    //Load a preset
    PresetRecall “File Player loaded” WaitUntilLoaded

    //tell the File Player insert to load an audio file
    InsertSendMessage trk10 1 LoadFile “TacTac-1.aiff”
    //Launch the File Player
    InsertSendMessage trk10 1 Play

    //Wait the user relaunch this macro to load another audio file and play it
    WaitUserAction

    //tell the File Player insert to load an audio file
    InsertSendMessage trk10 1 LoadFile “Chorus-1.aiff”
    //Launch the File Player
    InsertSendMessage trk10 1 Play

    //Wait the user relaunch this macro to load a loop in A
    WaitUserAction

    //Load a loop in A and play
    LoadLoop 20160407-Yeah-backwards A

    //Wait the user relaunch this macro to Mute the current loop
    WaitUserAction

    //Mute immediately the current loop
    Mute
    Mute

    //Wait the user relaunch this macro to Erase the current loop
    WaitUserAction

    //Erase the current loop
    EraseLoop A

    //Macro end

    2 – Load this macro in a slot. Let’s say in the Slot 5

    3 – Go in the Midi/Commands/Macros panel in the project settings

    4 – Activate midi commands

    5 – Connect a midi note to the macro slot 5.

    6 – save and close your preference panel.

    7 – you can play your new macro with your MIDI keyboard/footboard

    If needed, I can send you a project containing the example of your first and third questions.
    Philippe

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