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Re: logelloop

Thanks so much Per, I'll have a peak in the manual as well.

I'm currently playing with Augustus loop... nice sounding app but I really wish they would update it for a number of reasons. 
I don't think Expert Sleepers care much about the app


On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 11:33 AM, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Steven, 

As I was lucky to get play around for a while with Logelloop I'd like to tell about some of its features that impressed me: 

It is a looper with extensive sound mangling capabilities that all are part of the mixer-like graphic interface. Not only levels, pan and effects can be controlled by that mixer but also powerful looper parameters like Varispeed and Pitch Shift. 

This mega mixer has a snapshot function that lets you catch and save any state of the mixer. When you perform you can switch between such snapshots on-the-fly and the switch can be quantised to happen on any upcoming musical cusp. 

A really mind blowing trick you can do is to set the switch between snapshots to happen slowly during a defined time span. Imagine switching between two shapshots that use different Speed, or Pitch, for the loops! Maybe having one track's loop slowly rise a fifth in pitch while another track's loop slowly dives down a semi tone. Not much gear can do that. 

The built-in plugins are cool too. My favourite is Granulaterre (not sure about the spelling), a real-time sampler that snatches one note off your audio input and plays it back according to step sequencer patterns dealing with timing and pitch. You can make your own presets for such patterns. 

This was just a few of what LL is capable of, the stuff that impressed me. If you can get hold of a manual you can read up on the full picture. 

On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 6:33 PM, Philippe ollivier <philippe.ollivier@logellou.com> wrote:
Hi Steven,
Logelloop is a standalone and cannot be a VST plug-in as there to much functionalities.
But Logelloop can load VSTs and Max patchers…

At http://www.logelloop.com/videos?lang=en there is some videos of people using Logelloop.
As soon as I have some time, I put a demo video ont the website.

Best regards,


Le 16 nov. 2014 à 20:59, Steven Clements <sdclements@gmail.com> a écrit :

I would love to see some how to video's on the logelloop... I try and download the demo version

Can it be run as a VST as well as a stand alone?


On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 10:49 PM, Philippe ollivier <Philippe.ollivier@logellou.com> wrote:
Hi Everybody,

Multiply is one of the functions of Logelloop…

Philippe Ollivier


Le 11 nov. 2014 à 12:29, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com> a écrit :

> On Tue, Nov 11, 2014 at 12:17 PM, Fabio_A <eterogenus@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Mobius software has multiply function
> And also an Instant Multiply function, that is more like what Ivodne described.
> You can also achieve a similar function with a lot of digital delays -
> both rack devices, stomp boxes and software plugins. Do like this:
> play with a short delay like for example a 1/4 note's length. Then
> change the length to something like 4 bars and everything you have
> been playing for the last four bars together with that short 1/4 note
> delay loop is instantly coming up as the content of the new longer
> loop. If you have a pedal (or other control) for feedback you can max
> it to keep the long loop running. I do this all the time with the 1/4
> note vs 4 bars in my Fractal Audio amp/multiFX. I've also done it
> successfully with the plugin Augustus Loop where you also get access
> to a full loop reverse function as well as an instant triplet match
> length change. I'd guess most delay units work like this, but you have
> to try to find out.
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> www.perboysen.com
> http://www.youtube.com/perboysen