I installed the software and plugged in the DataLooper as described on these pages. I can’t find the DataLooper in the Control surface menu but it appears under the Midi Ports. Can I assume that the installation succeeded?
I opened up the default.als set. The undo 1 lights up (third light from the left on the bottom row), as well as Rec 1, Rec 2 and Rec 3.
When I hit Rec 1 the looper doesn’t start in Ableton. All four of these lights still light up. Ableton does not seem to respond to the DataLooper.
Hi Wim, you need to make sure that the DataLooper remote script is in the Midi Remote Scripts folder inside the Ableton installation. If you’re on a Mac, make sure that if you’re on Catalina, you manually move the folder as outlined in the User Guide. DataLooper will not work properly until that Remote Script is installed. The lights indicate that the hardware is working correctly.
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DataLooper launched in 2018 as a way to streamline Live Looping using a software based system. It has since grown into a full fledged, customizable MIDI controller.
DataLooper is based in San Luis Obispo, CA. Assembly, shipping and machine work is all done in USA.