|Actually, Trim in Mobius is not the same, as far as i can tell.|
Trim Start will remove that portion of the loop from the loop’s beginning to your switch press; Trim End will remove that portion of the loop from your switch press to the end of the loop.
What I am looking to do is to simply take a bite out of any random middle portion of a loop.
Consider a quantized Stutter. This will increase the length of the overall loop by repeating the content in that sub cycle where i press the switch.
What if we could do the opposite? Press the switch and *remove* that sub cycle from the overall loop, shortening the loop by that sybcycle’s length.
Consider a SUS Insert - it will lengthen the loop by whatever arbitrary amount of time the switch is held down…
What if we could do the opposite? a SUS Remove: just removing whatever arbitrary part of the loop where the switch is down.
That is the function I am seeking :) :)
On Oct 29, 2013, at 5:28 PM, Sylvain Poitras <email@example.com> wrote: