Is there anyway to record a chord progression (say 12 bar blues), then loop it?
I've tried with the MIDI and Macro record and don't see a way to make it loop.
1. Record as a wave file and take note of the measures (e.g 12 bars) and the bpm/tempo... eg 120
2. Save this wave file/loop as an Audio Drum e.g 12BarBlues@120.wav where 120 denots the BPM that the loop was recorded in.
3 Save this file in the USER AUDIO DRUMS folder of your hard drive.
4. Reboot Audya
5. Now go and pick a USER style and press EDIT to enter the USER STYLE EDITOR. You want to create a new style from scratch!
6. When you select NEW STYLE, set the parameters (measures = 12), tempo = 120 (can be anything as you can later change this value, but it is nice to start with the value at which you recorded the loop at).
7. Save the style
8. Go to STYLE VIEW
9. Press the DRUM Track F1 repeatedly until USER AUDIO DRUMS is displayed
10. Turn the data wheel and select your wave file
11. SAVE the style once more with this setting.
Now, each time you recall this style, it will recall the loop. Simply press the START button. You can create various loops and use with Arranger B, C, D, Intro ... etc (max of 18 audio loops per style)!!
[KETRON - USA]
Design Engineer & Product Specialist.www.KetronAmerica.com