change Metronome/Click sounds

hey folks,
I just bought Loopy and am not 100% familiar with it, so I apologize if this question is already covered elsewhere.
did a search here in the forum but couldn't find anything, in regards to change the sound of the metronome to a classic 'Click' sound.
is there a way or am I stuck with the drum-sound?

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  • edited August 2015

    Hi, and welcome! There's no way to change it right now, I'm afraid; I'm listening, though =)

  • but you could just record your own mtronome and import it when needed or... save ab blank session with that metro and load it when needed..

  • @Quinnx said:
    but you could just record your own mtronome and import it when needed or... save ab blank session with that metro and load it when needed..

    You'd have to do this for every speed as pitch shifting deteriorates the sound very quickly

  • Sounds like your looking for a drum machine.. I would usually just use any kind of sound as a click track i don't care about pitch and speed of it as long as it helps get the initial track/loop down then i can mute/disable it. The other option would be to have a basic drum rhythm app loaded and have it sync to loopy.

  • I found a workaround that works for me @Quinnx so I'm not looking for any solution really. I still think that allowing just one (very unusual) click sound is a rather strange choice on developer's part.

  • @Michael,
    This feature, being able to customize the metronome/click sound might dovetail nicely with something I mentioned to you a while back in a private message. It would be REALY nice if the click changed for the measure before Loopy starts recording.
    This would give an audible clew that the light is almost around the circle. And, for those of us who are blind and also "loopy" we'd have a clew too. :)

  • @Supadom said:
    I found a workaround that works for me @Quinnx so I'm not looking for any solution really. I still think that allowing just one (very unusual) click sound is a rather strange choice on developer's part.

    Please can you share what you found?

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