Expert Sleepers Augustus Loop Update
Expert Sleepers has released version 2.1 of Augustus Loop for both Windows and Mac OS X.
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This new version adds some new functionality to Augustus Loop's MIDI/OSC and GUI scripting.
In MIDI/OSC scripts you should now be able to:
- Get the time between two events.
- Ask for a function to be called after a certain amount of time, or regularly at a specified interval.
Using these functions you can do useful things like distinguish between short and long foot-pedal presses, or detect double taps, etc., ES says.
GUI indicators for MIDI/OSC script status
A new form of the existing 'indicator' GUI item has been added, together with some corresponding MIDI/OSC script functions, to allow you to create GUI elements that reflect the state of scripted variables.
These new features were developed after a request from Axel Baesler, who has used them to make a fairly complex script based on ES's Multilooper script. He's also made a custom GUI to go with the script, and provided a sample Live set and even a FCB1010 foot-controller patch to use with it.
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