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Old 12-11-2011, 02:03 AM
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Default overdubbing into a specified numbers of seconds

I premise I'm a Mobius beginner,

I read with attention documentation but I do not understand how to do this:

I'ts possible to preset a FIXED lenght (in seconds or BPM) of a loop (a cycle in Mobius language if I well understood) ?
It's that called "Loop synch" ?

I'm asking because I would like to experiment overdubs in a specified fixed number of seconds (let say 6 sec) ...
that make sense in Mobius ?

thanks for your help
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Old 12-26-2011, 05:10 PM
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Yes, but this requires writing scripts. If you have already recorded a loop and you want an exact 2 second overdub, you would do this:

!name Overdub 2 Seconds
Wait msec 2000
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Old 12-27-2011, 02:57 PM
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Hi Jeff!
thanks for your feedback;
I'm studying documentation and I starting understand some concept behind your great SW! soon I'll post a thank-you comment thread, regarding also your logical style of organize the world... :-) ,

BTW; about your answer to my specific request:
pheraps I didn't express myself well.. I try to reformulate better my question:

I would record a loop with a Cycle (if I well understand your terminology) of exactly 6 seconds, and afterward (possibly automatically) immedediately continue to overdub further cycles of 6 seconds...

I would to:
1- preset a cycle_time = 6 secs
2- record the first cycle_time
3- overdub some times (until press again overdub) in the exact framework of cycle_time secs
4- save file

in other terms I would record/overdub in a ficed framework time of 6 secs...

Is your code resolving what above ? reading it it seem that phearps there is a misunderstanding; mea culpa

thanks alot for your help!
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