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Re: Octatrack 1.2 -- a new looper

Can you sync a pickup machine to a drum track? Or can you only go vice 

There's no multiply function, right? The length is set for all tracks,
and can't be adjusted per track?

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 1:29 PM,  <cpr@musetrap.com> wrote:
> Here's a video demoing that.
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtXyfHP7LW8
> Quoting Andrew Koenig <ark@acm.org>:
>> Elektron today announced version 1.2 of their Octatrack operating 
>> system.
>> Among its many new features is the ability to use it as a looper:  Any 
>> one
>> of its eight tracks can be assigned a "Pickup machine," which allows
>> real-time recording, playback, and overdubbing.
>> When you've recorded a loop for the first time on a pickup machine, you
>> can
>> make that loop the tempo master, which means that all of the other 
>> tracks
>> will be time-stretched to play in sync with it.  That lets you, for
>> example,
>> record a loop with a live instrument, then later bring in a drum track 
>> in
>> perfect sync with what you just recorded.
>> Details here: http://www.elektron.se/products/octatrack