iPhone 4 "Clock not started" ?

edited February 2013 in Support and Feedback

I've been playing with loopy on the iPad and getting better, but today I tried to show Loopy to my workmates on the iPhone and I couldn't set the loop length - it tells me "clock not started" on the x / + - panel.

I can't work out how the 'start' the clock?

Comments

  • It starts after you record your first track I believe.

  • Thanks, but that wasn't it.

    I had to set a tempo first. Now it's behaving like the iPad - without having to record a loop first.

  • @muzza said:
    I had to set a tempo first. Now it's behaving like the iPad - without having to record a loop first.

    I had the same problem, and this solved it for me. Thanks!

    I'm wondering if "clock not started" is the most instructive phrase to help users solve this on their own. If it would have said something like, "set a tempo to see these controls", that might have been more clear.

    Michael, what do you think?

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