Re: [LAU] Freewheeling, keyboard

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Date: Friday, August 7, 2009 - 11:03 am

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On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 11:55 AM, Danni Coy wrote:

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Thanks for the enthusiatic responses.

What is a foot controller and what can you do with it (with fweelin and
other apps)? I'm a total noob on such things.

\r

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On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 11:55 AM, Danni C=
oy <danni.coy@g=
mail.com
> wrote:

I'm wondering if a cycle is a good display for such a t=
hing... Maybe a vertical line would be more easy, with some mark/ timing to=
ols or something. Or be able to set loop ranges in realtime...

The Author desig=
ned it as a tool for creating non-linear music. It is usually used in a liv=
e context where the person using it is a musician of some kind. Like a musi=
cal instrument it does take some skill to master. The great thing about it =
is that the computer interaction is so straight forward that you can sing o=
r perform with an instrument and use freewheeling and not have the two inte=
rfere=A0 with each other. ( a foot controller is a must for two handed inst=
ruments)

Stick with it - It takes a bit of practice. But gets fun very q=
uickly. I generally use Freewheeling for sketching out an idea then I impor=
t the loops into Ardour and do polishing there.
Thanks for the enthusiatic responses.What is a foot contro=
ller and what can you do with it (with fweelin and other apps)? I'm a t=
otal noob on such things.\r

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