Joined: Mar. 2008
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Synthesizers, drum machines, analog delays and a rudimentary laptop studio are my weapons of choice. Oh, and a Gibson SG.
Cool. I have a Digi 002 and ableton also. Whilst my guitaring is quite disco, my choons are fairly electronic.
Do you like ableton live? I tried out the demo but kept finding myself cross-fading away pops and crackles all the time. These days I just slave the MIDI gear to cubase, the CV gear to the MIDI gear and use the DAW as an expensive tape deck.
It depends on the quality of the sample... some vinyl is brutal. ???
I thought more about non-zero loop crossings. Say you have a 4-bar loop where the end doesn't match up with the start, resulting in a clear "pop" when looped.
Something like this, ASCII art style.
* ** *
*** **** **
********* **** <-- non-zero loop ending resulting in a pop.
<---- loop ---->
Guess what? I don't give a flying f*ck how "science works" - Ftk