Looper's Delight Archive Top (Search)
Date Index
Thread Index
Author Index
Looper's Delight Home
Mailing List Info

[Date Prev][Date Next]   [Thread Prev][Thread Next]   [Date Index][Thread Index][Author Index]

Re: lotsa quantized replace

Bidule is great! I used it a lot as my rig host on Windows XP a few
years ago, but since I got to work with only Mac OS boxes I have not
found a stable and clean sounding Bidule version. Last time I checked
the multi core support caused noise artefacts, meaning you have to run
the full Bidule session on just one core so you really need a very
fast CPU rather than a multi core. The guys at Plogue constantly
develop the software so things might be better now in the Mac side, I
haven't checked for about a year now.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 9:28 AM, Michael Peters <mp@mpeters.de> wrote:
> Von: Louie Angulo [mailto:louie.angulo@yahoo.com]
>> Very nice Michael!
>> Can you explain the process,that is the equipment,is that a line 6 
>> mixer?
>> Are you using the efftcs of the mixer for post proccesing?
>> How are you sending the different outputs of the software to the 
>> hardware mixer?
> (referring to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLjc4qb_hFk)
> I use Plogue Bidule here, running two instances of the Echoloop, in this 
> case, which are synced but set to different lengths. There are many 
> possibilities for many kinds of polyrhythm and of course this kind of 
> thing can also be done using Moebius or other loopers. I use two buttons 
> on a Softstep to do quantized replace (SUS replace), dropping notes into 
> both loops.
> The mixers you see in the video are 2 nanokontrols which control all 
> sorts of things inside Plogue Bidule, I use them to start/stop loops but 
> mainly to switch between GuitarRig settings, and fade all sorts of 
> effects for pre- and postprocessing. Everything happens inside of Plogue 
> Bidule. The sound output of Plogue Bidule goes directly into the 
> soundcard and into the PA.
> -Michael