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Re: Software looping

Just wanted to update. Last week I was moaning about latency. well...it was my interface. I received the focusrite scarlet and the latency is gone. With a modern computer I'm sure it will be fine.

On Dec 7, 2015 4:49 AM, "Per Boysen" <perboysen@gmail.com> wrote:
+1 for Gordius Little Giant :-)  An amazing MIDI pedal that makes
anything possible.

An addition regarding Mobius:
You can save up on needed pedal switches by scripting Mobius. Here's
an example: Let's say you have a pedal that sends a MIDI Note event
when pressed. Throw a script to Mobius that IF the looper is empty a
pedal hit means RECORD, if already recording (in RECORD MODE) the same
pedal hit means OVERDUB, if already overdubbing a pedal hit means
OVERDUB (so you can just get out of OVERDUB MODE for plain playback of
the loop), if holding down the pedal as "a long-press" it means
deleting the loop (easy way out to end a song, or restart if you
messed up the intro)

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 12:00 AM, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
> Mark Hamburg wrote:
>> Control: they don’t make me burn 3 or 4 buttons on what a hardware looper
>> would likely do in 2?
> Echoloop, ( obviously ).
> I guess Mobius too.
> Or if you use a Gordius controller you get to choose *exactly* what
> longpress/shortpress setup
> you'd like (it has every possible option, and multiple commands), so any
> looper can be given a more efficient interface.
> andy