Hi Peter and all that care, I am finding it hard to select another loop when i am using lots of loops and the song is performace demanding and up tempo, stepping through a 13 minute song medley that contains 3 songs with all 12 loops used so i can jump around conveniently ,
The issue is its hard to recognize the loops selected as the selection is not highlighted enoug, specially when loops are short , you dont get the naming for a start which is not a dealbraker but the loop selected does not stand out enough as you are selecting through loops , the reason is the loops are small but they are also washed out by the white waveform behind it.This does not help at all.
Second issue is selecting a loop is not very forgiving, if you go past a loop you really need you are in trouble as you cant step back to it, so you are forced to go through another 11 loops to get there this is very awkward to do when you have an up tempo medley and very poor visual indication of where you are and you are aproaching the end of another loop which is forcing you to be ready for next loop and beeing a very long song if you miss this selection you could create another long repeat of totally unwanted area in a song.
So my poin is , why cant we have a back selection on the pedal , something like a quick double tap steps back one loop , a single tap moves forward but a double tap moves backward, so if you do overstep a selection you can just double tap to home in on the correct loop.
Here is an example of a long 3 song medley that i am talking about, which i ended up making a dogs breakfast out of last night because i missed the correct loops , instead of shortening the medley i increased its time then i butchered it more by trying to recover, luckerly all my loops work really well together so it seemed ok to the audience but i kept on jumping from one song to the other a number of times showing off how i can mix 3 songs in random order creating a messy masterpeace.
Can we make the loops solid colour with no waveform bleed through?
Can we have a back step when choosing loops?
Thanks Peter love your work!