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Re: Easy to use Software Looper?
In Mobius you record your music as loops on tracks. Then you chose
"File/Save Project". This will create a folder on your computer with
the wav files neatly numbered after Track# and Loop#. Then you drag
and drop those files into your Audacity session and mix it.
Greetings from Sweden
On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 9:52 PM, Mike Fugazzi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I am not currently gigging, but would like to do some home recording via
> looping. I have a Windows lap top with a Mackie Blackjack interface.
> Is there something easy to use that would let me set up loops in real
> and export them to Audacity on separate tracks?
> What I am hoping to do is record the track live and edited the separate
> loops in mixing/mastering.
> I am looking at the Mobius page right now, but it has to be dead easy. I
> have Loopy HD on my iPad, but find that clunky using an iRig and no
> midi. I
> am hoping there is something similar in function that I can simply
> and export with the keyboard.
> I am TOTALLY a new with software loopers. I would be doing this solely
> home recording and NOT live performance. Thanks!!!
> Mike Fugazzi