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TOPIC: Direction for a Live loop set

Direction for a Live loop set 1 year 2 weeks ago #25798

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Hey all,

I have a question in regards to playing a live set with loops, ive been spending some time building a relatively simple one recently where i exported the knb / perc / synthfx (so i have three main channels that are the core of the track then I imrpovise with my 4th-6th channels with one shot fx, bits and pieces and things made on the spot of each of my tracks) and arranged in loops of usually 32-64 bars and hey i`m a little confused to be honest haha. Im just wondering if i should just lay it out in a way where in order to mix the next track in all i have to do is launch the next scene (or setup the follow command so it automatically moves on to the other one as per Toms moving from studio to live performance tutorial) or is it better to use the traditional method and have eq3s on both channels and mix them with traditional methods.

thanks in advance for the help!

Captain Noob out:)
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