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Re: SooperLooper mini review (also contains routing cotent!)

A great review--thanks I've been very curious about SooperLooper.  The
"plugin versions are planned for the future" remark makes me even more
curious.  Is it possible that a Windows VST version is in the future?
IMHO, that would be killer.

On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 16:25:30 -0500, Jesse Chappell <essejlc@gmail.com> 
> > all up though, I would say that Jesse Chappell, the writer of the
> > software, has done a great job and created a unique spin on the 
> > EDP feature set.  The EDP still can't be beaten for plug and play
> > flexibility and accessability, but those who can't afford or even
> > purchase one might like to consider sooperlooper as a viable
> > alternative. It's multiple simulatenous loops and mutichannel support
> > also position it as a challenger to the repeater's current crown of
> > multi-looping king.
> Wow, thanks for the great writeup!   I just want to let folks here
> know that SooperLooper also now runs on OSX using the JACK-OSX port.
> When the next release of JACK-OSX is made (hopefully within the next
> month) I will release an installable OSX package for SooperLooper.
> Although plugin versions are planned for the future, I urge all of you
> to give JACK a try because it is extremely cool technology.
> jlc

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