Perfect Loop Start / Initial Loop Transient Analysis
Hey there, just wondering how many other loopers out there have come across a similar "challenge":
On certain loops (depending on many different factors), I need to discipline my foot to trigger RECORD a fraction of a second before I play the first notes on my instrument. If I don't do this (ie. if I trigger RECORD exactly simultaneously with the first notes I play), then the initial transient of the loop is cutoff. This is not a problem when the track is continually looping, but it becomes audibly apparent when I restart the loop: since the initial transient is cutoff, there is a lack of "punch" at the start.
My next question then is this: is it possible (either in this version of LoopyHD, or in the new upcoming MasterpieceEdition) to have Loopy do some kind of "transient analysis" that would eliminate the need for me to master triggering some milliseconds before I play the first notes on my instrument?
So first off: anyone out there recognize this issue? Any one use any hardware/software loopers that successfully employ "look-ahead" processing to make this a non-issue?