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Re: Usine Hollyhock for Live Looping?

I don't have specific experience with Usine, I did look at it a number of 
years ago but decided on Bidule (   http://www.plogue.com/products/bidule  
) instead. Concept wise, they seem like very similar programs, an 
environment where you can channel your signal through various vst 
programs. I ended up with bidule because it seemed a bit easier for me to 
understand, but I do know that lots of people use usine. In bidule I've 
had some very elaborate setups routing various signals down through Mobius 
and building a great soundscape. I'm sure that you can do the same with 
Usine. You might try getting hold of Per, he has had much more extensive 
and indepth usage.

good luck, I found that going with that modular sort of environment opened 
up a whole different world of looping for me.

Paul Haslem,
Ontario, Canada

> On Sep 22, 2014, at 9:13 AM, Buzap <buzap@gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi folks (long time no see...)
> I'm looking into replacing Mainstage for various reasons.
> Has anyone have experience with Usine Hollyhock specifically for live 
> looping (more specifically with Mobius)?
> The interface looks & feels pretty sweet:
> http://www.sensomusic.org/wiki2/doku.php?id=hollyhock
> Else, I'm considering sticking everything into Reaper (or possibly Live, 
> we'll see)...
> best regards
> Buzap