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Re: Per's ideas for a dream software looper --> Reaktor?

That's a really good idea, and I've had this idea for video for a long 
time.  A small portable camera that's recording all the time.  Filling 
a buffer that continuously gets dumped.  When you give it a command, it 
then saves what was last in the buffer and stores it to a non volatile 
memory, and starts the process again.  You could preset the buffer 
size.  I imagine the same thing could happen with audio except you 
could have it loop.  Great idea Emile.

Mark Sottilaro

On Monday, August 18, 2003, at 08:42 PM, Emile Tobenfeld (a.k.a Dr. T) 

> Joining the thread late, as lately I spend much more time doing video 
> than music.
> One thing I have long wanted in a delay/looper is for the unit to 
> always be recording, so I can hit a button after the phrase I want has 
> ended. I'm not sure myself how this should be implemented,
> At 3:54 PM +0200 8/18/03, Per Boysen wrote:
>>  > On 8/18/03 9:32 AM, "Per Boysen" <per@boysen.se> wrote:
>>>  > Maybe I should buy Reaktor and make my own Dream
>>>  > Looper then?
>>>  From: todd reynolds [mailto:toddreynolds@rcn.com]
>>>  Yes, Per.   For all us, do that.  Your dream looper specs are great.
>>>  As to financing, just sell us the module after its been beta
>>>  tested ...
>>>  You'll make your dough back pronto...
>>>  T.
>> Hi Todd,
>> Great tip! But please keep the secret so I can sell my hardware 
>> loopers
>> first ;-D
>> / per
>> (joined the Reaktor list 30 seconds ago ;-)
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