Ahh I think i have done this by mistake :-) Cool...|
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> > ANd what is loopwindow and how di I use it ????
> After you have been shortening a long loop with multiply-multiply or
> mulitply-record you may hit undo. This is how you perform
> loopwindowing. What happens then is that the audio content of your new
> shortened loop will change to some random chunk of the previously
> longer loop. You see, you can not undo a destructive length cut, as
> the multiply-record blow, but all the old audio from the previously
> longer loop is still left in the memory buffer, but scrambled.
> A popular trick is to make a hell of a long loop with some variations.
> Then you cut it down and start improving over the shorter loop while
> regularly kicking at the undo to change the loop content.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen