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mspielz
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4 posts since 9 Jun, 2016

Postby mspielz; Sun Feb 05, 2017 11:15 pm Bringing Looperator into Middle of a Song

Looperator starts when the song starts (obviously), even when the track I have it on doesn't come in at the beginning. So this means, when I add Looperator to a track that comes in on say, measure 6, and I have the tempo control set to 1/4, Looperator starts at number 5 of the 16 subdivisions at the top, instead of starting at number 1. Is there a way to reset this, so that Looperator starts at number 1, no matter where the track starts in the song?
Sugar Bytes
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1053 posts since 27 Apr, 2007

Postby Sugar Bytes; Mon Feb 06, 2017 9:05 am Re: Bringing Looperator into Middle of a Song

Hi mspielz,

the sequencer has two clock modes which determine how the Looperator engine is started and stopped.
It can run in sync with your DAW (HOST), or be started manually via the PLAYbutton.
So depending on your host you have to assign a midi track. You find the host integration workaround for most of the hosts in our manual here:
http://www.sugar-bytes.de/content/produ ... nglish.pdf

When Looperator is triggered by MIDI, the Force Clock Retrigger (Manual Clock Mode) option,
to be found in the settings screen of Looperator, forces the clock to restart when each new note arrives, even if a previous note is still being held.

Best,
Nadine
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stardustmedia
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1532 posts since 12 Dec, 2012, from Switzerland

Postby stardustmedia; Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:40 am Re: Bringing Looperator into Middle of a Song

If you don't want to trigger it via MIDI, just delay the song start so it matches the "1" in Looperator again.
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