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Seamless audio drone looping possible?

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Hey all, I am coming into deluge from the live looping pedal world. I have become accustomed to the way overdubs merge audio into one track over the bar line so I can have a seamless drone loop built. Is there a way to do that on the deluge? The spill over seems to be the key feature for this to work sonically..

Any ideas out there?

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    harmonyunitedharmonyunited United StatesPosts: 8

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    IcoustikIcoustik NorwayModerator Posts: 600

    @harmonyunited said:
    Bump

    Sonically, you should be able to achieve the same result and then some - the Deluge does both individual overdubs one at a time, and auto-generating like a typical looper pedal would. However these manifest as individual audio clip lines on the Deluge, but this is just more empowering ultimately.
    The Deluge utilizes a smart-crossfading technique for the start/end points of loops (when "Margins" are turned on in the recording settings menu), which is an advantage over other typical loopers.

    Do you have a Deluge? If so, the way to do the continuous auto-layering overdubbing is by either inititating overdub holding Rec + pressing the audition pad of the row underneath an audio clip - or by using the LAYEr loop midi command :)

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    harmonyunitedharmonyunited United StatesPosts: 8

    @Icoustik, thanks a lot for the response. I will give that a shot... I have a midi foot controller programmed for the deluge and the layer function will be my new exploration.

    It would be nice to have a feature that destructively overdubs on a single track to keep things tidy... more like a traditional looper. But betters can’t be choosers and the deluge is so amazing as it is and know it’s only getting better. ;)

    Cheers!

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