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  • #16625
     Jon Adams
    Participant

    Picking up the DL after a lot of downtime, moving and family stuff, so building out looping rig again today.

    Is there a suggested workflow for those of us who use a push for Midi?

    It seems that every time I press the data looper, the focus is taken off the track I am actively playing to the track with the looper, meaning I can’t play.

    Is this expected, and if so I guess the best options would be to use clip recording with the midi tracks or put the looper on the midi track itself maybe?

    #16626
     Jon Adams
    Participant

    Also tried just not using the DL for tracks I record on push and it unarms all tracks when I record a clip on the push track which mucks with the datalooper flow.

    I think it works if I use CL# on the midi clips controlled rather than sends. I’ll set the second/third presets to be push instruments and the first to be analog loops.

    #16631
     admin
    Keymaster

    Hi Jon, if you’re using the default .als template, there is a mapping on the looper device itself which you can remove. That mapping was intended to bring focus to the looper you’ve just recorded on for beginners to have a secondary visual aid, but it’s not necessary. Outside of that, there’s nothing in the script that changes focus. I don’t personally own a push, but I know the Push script does some pretty crazy stuff, so, yeah, there may be a bit of investigation necessary to see if there’s anything conflicting. I’m happy to make modifications to my script if there’s something overtly off.

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