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matthewgorman
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Not sure what else to call it, not sure if any other daw does this.

The feature would either be through a key modifier (Ctrl/Alt), to be able to click on an existing loop, and move it in its entirety to another part of a song. Maybe even a handle in the middle of the loop.

Punching vocals, many times when punching by phrase/measure/or similar, I deal with regions of the same size. Would be nice to just click and drag the entire loop as is to the next phrase to punch.
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Not sure what you mean here - are you talking about an actual loop or the loop markers in the timeline. If the latter, you can move it by clicking on it with the ctrl modifier ( I think thats right if not try Alt)

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Loop markers. If I find after last night that it can be done and I just couldn't figure it out I'm going to go bananas. I feel like I tried what you said.
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What Dan said. Even we (you, I, Dan) who are somewhat well versed with S1 have memory leaks, so referencing the info bar when that happens isn't a sin. Just do it when nobody's looking...



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LMike wrote:What Dan said. Even we (you, I, Dan) who are somewhat well versed with S1 have memory leaks, so referencing the info bar when that happens isn't a sin. Just do it when nobody's looking...





I have a macro that flips the loop forward/backward if anyone is interested. Good for walking through a song for critical listening or learning a part.
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jpettit wrote: I have a macro that flips the loop forward/backward if anyone is interested. Good for walking through a song for critical listening or learning a part.

Can you elaborate on this? You wouldn't be talking about skipping ahead by altering the loop markers. In other words, not return back, but skip forward. I would be very interested in such a macro.
Thanks.

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Lokeyfly wrote:
jpettit wrote: I have a macro that flips the loop forward/backward if anyone is interested. Good for walking through a song for critical listening or learning a part.

Can you elaborate on this? You wouldn't be talking about skipping ahead by altering the loop markers. In other words, not return back, but skip forward. I would be very interested in such a macro.
Thanks.

Yeah, sometimes I forget about the info bar. If I stumble on it, I usually, just put a cover over my head, to make sure know one is watching.

Lokeyfly it is the set of macros I wrote to address your post on skip loop regions.
Later in that post it was clearer what you wanted.
I think I attached them ( not near system now).
It makes the end loop mark the beginning and flips the loop size forward or backward. So it progresses forward or backward each time you hit the button.

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OK, I do remember now. Thanks for describing.

There was some good subject matter in some of those past threads!
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Ok, im back and seemingly not bananas (as far as you guys know). Opened the info bar, not ashamed of it, looked at all the nonsense up there, and what i am describing is not doable right now.

What i am wanting to do, is to just pickup the loop and move it on down the line. Sure its pretty simple to select a range, yadda yadda, but it would be a bit easier....for me......to pick up and move the loop.

And for the love of all thats holy, can we please fix the automation bugs and give us automatable macros......like everyone truely needs........

Wow, that was wierd, it was like someone or something took over my mind for a minute there.
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matthewgorman wrote:Ok, im back and seemingly not bananas (as far as you guys know)what i am describing is not doable right now.
What i am wanting to do, is to just pickup the loop and move it on down the line

Still can't understand why the two different ways we showed you how to do it wouldn't work for you?
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So what you mean is "grab" the selected loop and move both start/end all at once?

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hibidy
08/04/2014 03:12:51 ;Subject: Re:Movable Loop?
So what you mean is "grab" the selected loop and move both start/end all at once?


Exactly

Jpettit, I was thinking of a situation where you want to punch the first and last line of a chorus. To me it seems easier to just pick up the loop and drop it on the next line. Your way was something i hadn't considered, so i would have to try it out. Good ideas though.


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Ok, I'm confused now. That's what the control mod does.

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I see now.
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LMike wrote:Ok, I'm confused now. That's what the control mod does.



Maybe I am bananas? I tried every key combo and could not get it to do that. All it did was drag the start of the loop. What you are showing is exactly what I wanted it to do. Guess I'll try it again later today.
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