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Re: Product spam: Loopy Llama 0.91 released!
FYI: the version from last week worked differently - it would only respond
to maximum values (127 or 7F) from a controller - except the record button
(it made sense at the time). The one released yesterday allows any midi
value for any button, so it should work for you now.
What host were you using?
> I wish it had MIDI learn! If someone could try out mapping a note send
> the Clear button, this would be great. I'd like to know if it is just my
> system. My Behringer sends the same button note command to Mobius and
> triggers functions no problem, so I don't know why it wouldn't work with
> Loopy Llama. Again, Record works fine.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Kris Hartung" <email@example.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 3:24 AM
> Subject: Re: Product spam: Loopy Llama 0.91 released!
>> I'm glad you mentioned this. You jogged my memory. I downloaded
>> last week (new version), and I think it is a really nifty program for a
>> basic looper. I was able to get it going with my Behringer in no time,
>> using the DL-4 preset. I thought it would be cool to use both it and
>> Mobius in some clever fashion. :)
>> I think it is a great software alternative for current DL-4 or JamMan
>> users. Does the DL-4 preset also function like a JamMan? I don't know
>> about the JamMan.
>> I stil need to experiment with the program, however. I discovered
>> no problem. What other nifty features can it do while in the free,
>> un-quantized looping mode? For some reasons, I could not map my
>> to the CLR or Clear button using a note send. Record works fine, but no
>> dice on Clear.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Chris Kline" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
>> Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 3:03 AM
>> Subject: Product spam: Loopy Llama 0.91 released!
>>> Hey everybody, it's been a while since I announced a Llama release
>>> but this one's got some new features that may interest you. It now
>>> you to make "quantized" loops when synced to the host or listening to
>>> internal click track. Your timing can be way off and the loop length
>>> still be perfect - it takes the learning curve down a notch for live
>>> looping IMO! (As long as you aren't so off that it thinks you wanted
>>> extra beat). I am my only tester and it's really changed the way I
>>> perform with it, but I'm curious to see what you pundits think!
>>> Also, it can save and load loops now. It's got a few other features,
>>> the rest is standard stuff. As always it's Mac and Windows compatible.
>>> Info is at http://www.rekliner.com/?PageID=14, download is at
>>> The only recording I have featuring it is the ambient loop (not drums)
>>> that runs throughout http://satelliteband.net/mp3