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Beta 2.1 - Setting 'Loop Points' to zero crossing to avoid clicks

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v2.1 (in beta test) has the ability to set in and out loop points in waveform view.

Suggestion is:

  • once IN or OUT has been set - using ZOOM & SELECT to fine tune points
  • to click SELECT to move chosen point to nearest ZERO-CROSS in waveform

Would avoid loop-clicks

Comments

  • 2

    It definitely needs something, I'm finding it pretty much impossible to get click-free loops at the moment. Needs some kind of automatic snap to zero and/or a very short crossfade at the loop point. The waveform display is great for 'broad brush' editing but too lo-fi for really precise stuff - it's impossible to tell exactly where zero is!

    Update is awesome overall though.

    Noise, Noodles and Doodles: http://bit.ly/mrjonesthebutcher

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    fryyyyfryyyy germany
    edited December 5

    The loop clicks for fixed length loops are really annoying. I meanwhile use an external RC 505 just for recording & looping.

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    amiga909amiga909 Switzerland

    i dont get clicks all the time, doesnt work terribly bad, it just basic. zero crossing or an auto fade would be cool.
    just tried it now, the wave editor works much better than i expected, easy to use as well.

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    darenagerdarenager Between a rack and a hardware place

    Where are you guys getting the beta from or is it still facebook only club?

  • 0
    amiga909amiga909 Switzerland

    fb group, yes.

  • 0

    I absolutely agree. An option for fades and/or zero crossing is needed for usable results.

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    @darenager said:
    Where are you guys getting the beta from or is it still facebook only club?

    Yup, Facebook - the evil empire!

    Noise, Noodles and Doodles: http://bit.ly/mrjonesthebutcher

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    +1 for 0crossing/fades

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    darenagerdarenager Between a rack and a hardware place

    +1 for zero crossing fades, and zero fb exclusivity :D

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