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LiveLoop is a midi sequencer, it enables you to record midi notes while playing piano on a keyboard, using a midi controller, or from a midi synth software. You can save your loops, modify them, even delete them in real time. You can also use the sequencer to control other midi synth software.
LiveLoop contains all the features you could expect from a midi sequencer:
– recording MIDI notes on the keyboard or from midi synth software.
– playing or deleting loops directly with a midi controller
– editing the recorded notes directly on the midi track
– manipulate tempo, key and volume
– sending data to other synth software
– recording sequence
– loop recorder
– exporting in midi, WAV or MP3 formats.
Some midi controllers are not supported yet, so we recommend to connect LiveLoop to a midi controller to take advantage of all its functions.
LiveLoop is a very powerful midi sequencer, you can use it for…
– recording midi loops on a keyboard or from a midi synth
– play your midi tracks on a keyboard or directly on your midi controller
– control a midi software with the sequencer
– record and edit midi loops
– change tempo and velocity
– record notes on multiple midi tracks
– save and delete your loops in real time
The Sequencer is organized in several tracks:
Track 1: the main sequencer
Track 2: keys to record midi notes from a keyboard or from a midi synth software.
Track 3: volume to control the volume of the recorded notes from the track 2
Track 4: keys to play the recorded notes.
Track 5: audio tracks to control sequencer and midi synthesizers with LiveLoop or other midi software.
Track 6: tempo to change the speed of the recorded midi notes.
Track 7: keys to record a keyboard note to go back to the track 2.
Track 8: switch to select from all track.
LiveLoop provides several modes of operation. You can choose among them in the preferences. There are 5 modes:
Recording: you can record notes on the keyboard (notes coming from a midi synth software) or from midi synthesizer software (mac, windows). To record midi notes on the keyboard you must connect LiveLoop to a midi controller, like the Roland JD-Xi or KORG M-Audio EX
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• Loop button to record
• Mod wheel for changing Loop-mode
• Mod wheel for changing Step-size and Enable-/Disable Loops
• Adjustable Step-size for loop creation
• Flip mode to switch midi inputs and outputs
• MIDI Out to record your midi tracks
• MIDI In to play and record your midi tracks
• 16 midi tracks (in and out)
• 4 key-mapping positions (main, quick, and shift)
• 4 transport positions (record, play, flip, and Delete)
• Playlist for easy-recording, loading and editing of your midi loops
• 4 variations for midi tracks (split, normal, low, high)
• Midi FX (chorus, reverb, echo, delay)
• Plug and play: just connect a midi controller!
This is the final version of a previous beta software. Don’t expect too much
This program can use two different Midi Devices:
• MIDI SysEx-MIDI Device
• Emulador Midi Device
The MIDI SysEx-MIDI Device is supported by MIDI ROMs, Plug&Play
Devices and old-fashioned P&P MIDI Recorders.
The Emulador Midi Device is compatible with Midi ROMs, for the Emulador-Box
for the Emulador-Box and later the firmware 2.0.
This software is compatible with the Emulador MIDI Monitor (BETA version).
We do not recommend you to use the MIDI Monitor with the software.
If you have trouble with the Midi Monitor: try the Emulador device first!
Check the “programmer not responding” and the connection-error bug.
If it still doesn’t work, you can use the Midi Monitor with the Midi Monitor-2.
Version 2.8: • MIDI In improved
• MIDI Out and Midi FX improved
• Audio recording increased
• Midi Monitor now works as MIDI Out
• MIDI sync support
Check out the new Midi Monitor 2.8 Demo.
Version 2.7: • MIDI out and midi FX improved
• MIDI In improved
• Midi Monitor now works as MIDI out
• MIDI sync support
Check out the new Midi Monitor 2.7 Demo.
Version 2.6: •
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– Change or create tracks on-the-fly without saving
– Record midi loops directly on the keyboard
– Synchronize automatically with your piano (optional)
– Record from any synth
– Each track is a midi file (e.g. grove-track.mid)
– Each track has it’s own midi controller and you can use them to control the synth (optional)
– Change track layout
– Save the settings for later use
– Add multiple tracks at the same time
– Edit and delete midi tracks
– Remote control midi via midi controller
What’s new in version 126.96.36.199:
– Support for Yamaha DP02 drum pad
– Recorded midi track length is now displayed
– Minor bug fixes
– OS X 10.4 or later
– Your midi controller must support basic midi (e.g. keybord, mixer)
– An instrument you can play on
How to use Live Loop:
1. Buy and download LiveLoop
2. Install LiveLoop
3. Run LiveLoop, click File, and then select Create a new track
4. Play the piano on your keyboard. You can select a track by clicking on the track.
5. The control for each track can be changed with the keyboard. Each track can be played
directly with a midi controller. The midi controllers must be connected to the same midi
port that is connected to LiveLoop.
6. LiveLoop will remember the controls, so it will automatically change track and all
controls when you switch track.
7. You can save the settings as template and load it later.
To learn how to use LiveLoop, just have a try and see what it’s all about!
For any questions, mail us at [email protected]
If you like LiveLoop, please review it on the AppStore. It’s very helpful to us.
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LiveLoop is a real-time sequencer for live performance. It is an algorithmic midi-sequencer and is inspired by retro seqeuencers of the 80’s and 90’s. It can be used as a midi keyboard controller or as a standalone controller or plugin.
LiveLoop is able to work with a midi keyboard and an external midi device. If you use LiveLoop to control other midi software (such as a DAW or synthesizer) then the midi data is exported to the midi channel of the DAW. If you use LiveLoop as a stand-alone controller then you have to choose between two options, you can either store the midi data directly on the midi channel of the computer or export the midi data to a midi device. LiveLoop is an open-source project and can be freely distributed.
This release contains new features that make LiveLoop easier to use. These features are:
-Troubleshooting option for missing midi data
-Immediate start/stop of a midi track
-Snap to loop
-Key velocity or pressure option
-Liveloop can be used as standalone controller
There is a new and improved configuration screen (which can be opened with F4) in this release.
This version is able to read live midi data exported from other sequencers. The limitation is that LiveLoop can only export midi data that is written on the midi channel of the computer where LiveLoop is running.
LiveLoop doesn’t work with all midi controllers and synthesizers. This is why LiveLoop is not able to show all midi messages. The midi data that is imported from the live midi data of the computer is saved on the midi channel of the computer where LiveLoop is running.
Use LiveLoop as a midi controller
You need to choose an external midi controller (hardware or software) to use LiveLoop as midi controller.
A midi device that can be used with LiveLoop is:
-MIDI device (like a keyboard or a midi controller)
-MIDI software (like a digital piano or a synthesizer)
-MIDI sequencer (like a midi sequencer or a midi tracker)
If you use LiveLoop as a midi controller then all midi data (midi tracks) written on the midi channel of the computer will be written on the midi channel of the external midi device. If you use LiveLoop as a midi controller in software then you must choose the midi channel (in the software) on which you want to write midi data.
If you use LiveLoop as a midi controller and your software (synthesizer) or midi device does not support midi control, the
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