Tuesday, February 26, 2013

composing with Loopr 2

There's a new video online as an example of enhanced composition using Loopr. Once you get used to the ergonomy, relying on a foot controllable loopstation is something that can be a very potent mean to increase your creative process. The Loopr MIDI footpedal ergonomy has been thought to enhance your workflow while playing live. As we said from the start: designed by musicians for musicians. While some may say you only have four tracks available, we know it's what you do with it that's important. ;)

So this video is about how you can create and work over a composition. It's only one example of a workflow that might serve you as it hints on ways to interact with the pedalboard and the Loopr footpedal template.

In this example, we used the Nobels MF-2 pedalboard. It's great but you loose the Rolls MP128's direct access to mute in as the 0 in the first pedal bank is set to 0 (thus doesn't send prog 0 as there is no prog 0 in MIDI..). But still, wonderfully built pedalboard, with great feel and responsiveness.

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