JeffHendricks wrote:Which version are you using? And are you triggering record/dub from inside Logic, how are you making the loops? Can you load a .wav file into SooperLooper and play it back? Try a few other things, just to see where exactly it's broken at.
SooperNoob wrote:This is ver. 1.6.14 for intel macs. I am using it as an AU plug in Logic. I do not understand your question about triggering from "inside Logic." Let me go through my approach.
*) Full of excited anticipation, I play my loop back to hear what it sounds like. The recorded material is there, but it does not loop in a regular 4 bar pattern (or 2 bar or 8 bar or whatever) and so it sounds like a 4 bar phrase with one flat tire
SooperNoob wrote:How do I control this so that it loops in a REGULAR phrase? Think Ableton Live, etc... In Live, you set up a clip so that it is EXACTLY 4 bars long or whatever. It does not argue with you or think it knows better than you. When you record, whether you are done or not, it loops at EXACTLY 4 bars. This way, when you play it back, there is no stuttering, skipping or loping.
And does SL have a metronome? It seems useless for me to guess where the tempo is unless I can play along with a click.
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