From: "Mike Fugazzi" <email@example.com>
Any thoughts? Thanks! I suck at the whole recording thing on the whole, but would like to do as much in real-time as possible, so overdub afteroverdub would get old.
One very useful method for making studio recordings of loopperformance is to record your live input pre loop to a track or two at the same time as recording the output of the looper.
Once that's done you can create a multitrack session by using the DAW to loop the appropriate sections of
the live recording. (using the live loop recording as a guide). andy