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Actually there is a plugin called VolumeShaper from CableGuys which might do what we are talking about here, I’m just having a look at it now and will report back..
The volume plugin-that would be very interesting indeed.
That would be very interesting indeed.
Ah yes I think it was Native Instruments..
Sorry been away from my Logelloop rehearsals for a few weeks..
Wow this is a very helpful response with so much to absorb and experiment with.
“The question is : is a timeline useful during a looping session and/or an improvised session?”
I think the answer is sometimes. It digs deep into the heart of what improvisation is (at what point does improvisation become composition?) and I suppose for me there is an element of wanting to create ‘repeatable structure’ and that is where a timeline may be useful.
But then everything you then say is very interesting in this regard: a plugin that drives volume and pan would indeed be useful…if I could tell it to do “this” over x amount of time in the way that automation curves in a DAW do.
“Of course, you can connect the volume of the first track to a MIDI pedal and move it manually” I have a Lemur and your template (greatly expanded now) to achieve something similar. Live control of Logelloop is very wonderful in general.
The slicer I do not yet know so I will look at it.
Macros- thanks for those..I will look at them closely.
Actually I have started to use A,B and C.. and there are many exciting possibilities here to make bigger structure.
I should add that using an external timeline in a DAW is an option too. I have just slaved my DAW to Logelloop in AutoStartSlave mode and it works fine. Then in turn I can send cc changes from my DAW on a timeline to the Logelloop faders.
Update: so I did this again, this time not having both 4 and 5 open at the same time!
Logelloop 5: 30% from the Logelloop meter and 40% Activity Monitor
Logelloop 4: 37% from the Logelloop meter and 66% Activity Monitor
I should say I have a 2010 MacBook Pro which is certainly under powered, but I was more interested in the relative differences. This time the figures make sense. There is a 30% saving with Logelloop 5 more or less.
I had similar questions so thanks for the responses. 😉