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Re: midi looper?

What an incredible bit of software...

zyklus improvisor, perhaps?

for linux, there's seq24 (http://www.filter24.org/seq24/about.html) and
harmonyseq (http://harmonyseq.wordpress.com/about/)


Sylvain Poitras <sylvain.trombone@gmail.com> wrote:
(03/05/2013 03:44)

 Hi folks,

 Anyone know of a midi looper?  I found one (Piz), but the OS X version is
 apparently not developed at the same rate as the windows version.

 I'm looking to loop some midi data (mostly notes, but maybe CCs as well).
  I've been wasting time trying to build one in Bidule, but I'm sure there
 something available somewhere...

 VST/AU, Bidule patch, PD or Max...  whatever works.

 (I know Ableton does this, but no thanks)