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Re: NextLoop/LoopCopy functions

That answers a few things. Thanks! 

On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 2:18 AM, mark francombe <markfrancombe@gmail.com> wrote:
Your posts illustrates your misunderstanding of next loop, you can either make a new empty loop, or a copy of your current loop, or a silent loop at the same length as your current loop. All can be affected by the switch loop parameter, that can set when it will switch to the next loop. So stepping on Next loop, in order to go from loop 1 to loop 3, requires 2 clicks of nextloop during the quantise period before the switch will happen. I think you maybe able to set switches to jump you to particular loops too. Best thing is ti try it out...

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On 6 Jun 2011, at 06:16, marcus kirby <marcusloops@gmail.com> wrote:

I've read about this function in the manual, but never realized its potential until Per suggested using it.

How do I go about setting up the nextloop / multiple loops function? Setting up the number of loops is easy enough, but I'm wanting to know how to do the following:

For example, this is how one of my songs starts.
Loop 1 = Single hit
Loop 2 = string sound
Loop 3 = bass line
Loop 4 = funky guitar muting
Loop 5 = hi hat / snare sound
Loop 6 = vocal line

I want to be able to remove loops 1 and loop 4, leaving the rest going. At that point, I'd like to swap loop 3 with a bass synth. Eventually, I'd want to swap the hi-hats for a drum machine. How could I go about switching/moving through the loops and copying as such?