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27 March 2020 at 23 h 40 min in reply to: Are you interested in some webinars covering Logelloop functionalities? #4569
I am not sure how to make an open YouTube either, but you could have folks send MP4 files to you to post on several services. Or maybe you could use something like https://jitsi.org/ and create your own “Place” in cyberspace.
More content is always better (Mostly).
Ploughman20 March 2020 at 22 h 54 min in reply to: Are you interested in some webinars covering Logelloop functionalities? #4347
Thank you. first an idea:
Live Logelloop channel on YouTube. Let people show off their use as a weekly/daily event where folks can sign up to broadcast and show off how they use LL for others to see.
Please cover integration of midi instruments in the looper, particularly drum machines and kits, and how to sync and loop midi with audio.
I was considering just that work around yesterday. Should work, but it is bit of a hack, and I bet the input over head is similar to changing the routing logic. Looking forward to the next Beta.
While we are at it, probably also for LL5, I find it odd that I can mute an input channel on the input control button, but I can not turn off the routing to the looper or the monitor in the same interface. To change that routing do I really have to open up the preferences? This stops the looper and the performance. I really need the ability to turn on and off the routing of the mic (or any input) to either the looper and/or the monitor in real time. Why is this “L” and “M” at the top of the input not a button I can click on?
This was helpful, but after some reflection, muting is only one thing I want to do when selecting a track, so what I really need is a increment or decrement selected track macro (Like you showed with looper groups). Then I can mute or do a Volume on a track or anything really.
But this takes me to the next related question. The Midi volume is master, all tracks or a specific track. How can i use a volume peddle on just the selected track? related to this as well, it would be more useful if the last track recorded or overdubbed is the selected track. It seems like it is just track 1 unless you change it.
Now a new macro question. I made macro to record the next loop with one click. Then I realized I could use multiple and it would record if the next loop is empty, which is the main thing I wanted to do But I also want to go to the next loop and start multiply on a new track right away. But it does not, it waits until the loop plays once then starts the multiple. This is the macro:
//**** macro begin ****
//**** macro end ****
It does the same thing with or without the WaitNextLoop, so how can I get it to multiply when the next loop starts?