Re: [LAU] Loop Composition

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To: Aurélien Leblond <blablack@...>
Cc: Linux Audio Users <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Monday, February 4, 2013 - 8:12 pm

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Giada is perfect for the job. I am not sure how you got the impression you
have to mix complete songs only with it. I mean, a project in Giada
contains 32 triggerrable loops - I know of no dj how mixes together 32
complete songs )))

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 10:52 PM, Aur=E9lien Leblond wro=
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Giada is perfect for the job. I am not sure how you got the impression you =
have to mix complete songs only with it. I mean, a project in Giada contain=
s 32 triggerrable loops - I know of no dj how mixes together 32 complete so=
ngs )))
On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 10:52 PM, Aur=E9lien =
Leblond <blablack@gmail.com> wrote:

My composition workflow is based on loops -=
starting by creating rythms in Hydrogen and recording a few drum loops in =
Ardour, creating a bass line with amSynth or ZynAddSubFX and recording a fe=
w bass loops in Ardour, recording some guitars in Ardour and creating some =
samples from that...

The difficulty I'm having in Linux is to create com=
position from those loops.In Ardour is is time consuming to reor=
ganise the loops to test new order/composition (because Ardour is not meant=
for that).

My idea of a workflow would be to have a tool to try ou=
t the different loops in different order and "jam" with them to s=
ee what works and what doesn't.

Non-DAW has better features for dealing with l=
ooping regions/clips than Ardour does. You can set a loop point on any regi=
on, after which adjusting the region length adjusts the number of repetitio=
ns.

I quickly cheked th=
e feature list for Non-DAW on their website.Although the feature you described is listed, it doesn't really say i=
f it eases the composition part. It looks to me like you need to have a cle=
ar idea of the song structure.

What if you would like to try out different arra=
ngements quickly - can you confirm or infirm if that is the case?
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Re: [LAU] Loop Composition, Aurélien Leblond, (Mon Feb 4, 6:52 pm)
Re: [LAU] Loop Composition, Louigi Verona, (Mon Feb 4, 8:12 pm)