Four track looper module based on the wonderful C&G prairieloops patch
Please see installation instructions for setting up the audio folder!
Differences from the original patch:
-Slightly different key layout so it fits in one octave (keys work for all octaves)
-Panning and filtering controls on each loop
-Transpose control on each loop so you can accurately transpose +-12 semitones in addition to the speed control
-Speed Quantization can be set to increments between 1% and 100% (default 50%)
Unzip this archive into media/orac/usermodules/utility (or other subfolder)
!!! Create a folder in /media/ called berryloops !!!
You can add loops from a prairieloops patch or can add your own (only supports mono wav files).
Loops must be in the same filename format as prairieloops (1.wav,2.wav etc)
Aux or Footswitch starts and ends recording of a loop, which can be selected on the sample page.
The loop will record the input to the module, the playing loops or both depending on the
‘Rec. Input” and ‘Bounce’ controls on the last page.
Loops can be played/stopped the keys or incoming notes.
Multiple instances of the module can be used at the same time, and loops recorded in one module can be loaded into others. For example you can put an instance at the end of the chain or in a postfx slot and capture the output of a previous instance with whatever synths/effects are in between, then load the loop back into the first instance.
The first six pages are per loop controls for sample select, sample speed, volume, lowpass filtering, pan, and transpose of the four loops.
The last page sets what is being recorded, and “Spd. Increment” sets the quantization of the speed controls, so 100% only allows 100%,200% etc, 1% is effectively no quantization, and 10% mimics the behaviour of the original patch.
Since incoming midi notes can retrigger the loops, you can trigger the loops using tempo synced midi sequencer modules for crude but effective MIDI->Audio Loop synchronization
Note: Speed is limited to +-400%, so when using transpose + speed control it’s possible you will max out at 4x the sample speed.