In 2024, the Logelloù will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first public use of Logelloop. Logelloù is therefore directing this year’s call to the composition of a real-time electroacoustic piece using Logelloop software. The idea is to compose a piece with Logelloop lasting a minimum of 15 to 20 minutes, and perform it as a solo, duo, trio or quartet, with musicians playing monophonic or polyphonic acoustic instruments.
Killian Le Quéré, aka la Fatigue, releases a live album whose music is the result of the meeting of a soprano clarinet played by Félicien Hérault and Logelloop performed by himself. You can listen to and purchase the album here on Bandcamp or watch the concert video below.
On Friday, October 21, 2022, Philippe OLLIVIER presented the new features of Logelloop at Universal Audio.
As Teatr Piba presents Donvor at La Reine Blanche in Paris, we wanted to meet Gwenole Peaudecerf, who designed the sound with Logelloop and who performs an astonishing stage management. He tells us about it.
Meeting with Guillaume and focus on his use of Logelloop for the shows: “Toutes les Filles s’appelle Jeanne” by Lina Bellard, and “Alice de l’autre côté” by the Derezo company.
Enter to win one license of Logelloop Pro worth €198When ? 7 to 13 of February 2022 For a chance to win, simply subscribe our newsletter and answer these questions below before February 14st, 2022 and send the answer to email@example.com Good luck. Here are the questions: 1-In Logelloop you can group your modular loopers. How many groups do you have to do this? 2-You can convert your Max/MSP patches for native use
On 22 January 2022, a workshop on Logelloop will be led by Phillipe Ollivier at the salle de diffusion of l’Usinerie. This workshop will be followed by the show “Toco La Toccata” as part of the Sound Forum co-organised by the Conservatoire du Grand Chalon and the Usinerie. Chalon-sur-Saône more infos here
As part of UNESCO’s National Sound Week, at the instigation of the Logelloù in Penvénan, a program is being offered by a number of local structures in the area of Tregor. Among the highlights of this first edition of the year will be a “Sonférence” organized by Tregor Sonore around Logelloop, hosted by Philippe Ollivier, in person at the Cité des télécoms in Pleumeur-Bodou (reservation required) on Monday 24 January
Logelloop LE gives access to most of the major functions of the software and allows you to practice multi-channel live looping for free using four tracks on the main looper on bank A. It allows to route the sound to two auxiliary circuits. Several effects are available and it is possible to insert one per track. It is also possible to insert a multi-channel effect (SFX). You can use up
Logelloop 5.5 is a major update that brings many bug fixes and a lot of new features and improvements for live looping and electroacoustic creation. If you do not have a pro license, the application starts in LE (Learning edition) mode. The LE version gives access to the basic functions. The list of limitations of the LE version can be found here. You can ask us for a provisional