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Re: Product spam: Loopy Llama 0.91 released!

Glad the new version is working for you, I hope it brings you interesting
loops.  I studied the old jam-man to make the llama and later the dl-4. 
Assuming the only new feature on the jam-man is speed control, then yes I
will eventually get it added.  It's very processor intensive and
mathematically complex and I already had to give up on one attempt, but
it's in my long term goals.  Check http://www.rekliner.com/?PageID=21 for
a list of features I will add ... and the manual is at


> All the buttons work great now. Thanks. 9.1 did the trick.  
> me a while to figure out that meant "pause". :) Clever.
> Question, since the new jamman is out with some new features, will you
> eventually allow Loopy Llama to mimick that? In particular, the slowing
> down
> the loop without effecting pitch would be cool.
> Kris
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris Kline" <contact@chriskline.com>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Sunday, February 05, 2006 3:40 AM
> Subject: 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?
>> Chris
>> http://chriskline.com
>>> I wish it had MIDI learn!  If someone could try out mapping a note send
>>> to
>>> 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.
>>> Kris
>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>> From: "Kris Hartung" <khartung@cableone.net>
>>> 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
>>>> LoopyLlama
>>>> 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
>>>> much
>>>> about the JamMan.
>>>> I stil need to experiment with the program, however. I discovered
>>>> reverse,
>>>> 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
>>>> Behringer
>>>> to the CLR or Clear button using a note send. Record works fine, but
>>>> no
>>>> dice on Clear.
>>>> Kris
>>>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>> From: "Chris Kline" <contact@chriskline.com>
>>>> 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
>>>>> here,
>>>>> but this one's got some new features that may interest you.  It now
>>>>> allows
>>>>> you to make "quantized" loops when synced to the host or listening to
>>>>> the
>>>>> internal click track.  Your timing can be way off and the loop length
>>>>> will
>>>>> 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
>>>>> an
>>>>> 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,
>>>>> but
>>>>> 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
>>>>> http://www.rekliner.com/?PageID=13.
>>>>> The only recording I have featuring it is the ambient loop (not
>>>>> drums)
>>>>> that runs throughout http://satelliteband.net/mp3
>>>>> Cheers,
>>>>> Chris
>>>>> http://rekliner.com