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Re: Echoplex-style functionality on a mac?
I've got the pc version of mobius, and am very impressed with it -
you've done a great job, and I look forward to when you release a mac
I'll see if I can get sooperlooper, and maybe try Per's solution with
Ableton Live 5 - I can get it fairly cheap as an upgrade from a delta
version I have that came with my soundcard... Using Live as a VST host
certainly seemed like a great solutiong anyway, given the fantastic
routing capabilities. changing pitch is not a biggie for me, as much as
being able to post process the loops in interesting ways, if Ableton
puts each one in a different channel, that's OK, so long as I can route
the channels to the same aux for group processing... This is going to be
a fun project, with a steep learning curve!
Jeff Larson wrote:
> Steve Lawson wrote:
>> Right, I'm experimenting with the idea of shifting my loopage over to
>> a mac laptop, and am looking for echoplex emulation, or something
>> close. Has anyone tried running Mobius with virtual PC? Are the
>> mobius people planning on a mac version?
> OS emulators usually have a hard time with programs that use low level
> interfaces to devices like MIDI and audio. I haven't used Virtual PC,
> but I doubt Mobius would run on it.
> The Mobius People (well, me anyway :-) recently purchased a Mac Mini
> and have been doing some experiments, but no real porting work has begun.
> There are a few areas of missing functionality I'd like to finish first
> (synchronization, interface mode, loop windowing).
> Currently the closest thing to an EDP on the Mac is SooperLooper
> at essej.net/sooperlooper.
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