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 [[Loopy Pro: Multiple Paths For An Input]] - Demonstration of how to send the same input to different colors/tracks, each with its own effect chain. This demonstration shows how to set it up to hear the tracks/inputs wet but record them dry. [[Loopy Pro: Multiple Paths For An Input]] - Demonstration of how to send the same input to different colors/tracks, each with its own effect chain. This demonstration shows how to set it up to hear the tracks/inputs wet but record them dry.
  
-**MIDI Map AU Effect Parameters**. See the article [[loopy_pro_midi_map_effect_parameters|Loopy Pro: MIDI Map AU Effect Parameters]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TquxvPbwmU|this short video]].+**MIDI Map AU Effect Parameters**. See the article [[loopy_pro_midi_map_auv3_parameters|Loopy Pro: MIDI Map AU Effect Parameters]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TquxvPbwmU|this short video]].
  
-**Getting MIDI into Midi Control from Inside Loopy** - Currently (Dec 2021) but changing soon, the MIDI Control system listens to external devices an the Virtual Midi In. To send midi from inside Loopy to MIDI Control right now, you need to use a solution that gets MIDI to the Loopy Virtual MIDI port. With the MIDITools MIDI Route AUv3 loaded in Loopy or miRack you can do it with no additional apps running. (For miRack you have a midi in module connected to a midi out module and choose Loopy as the destination. The other way to do it is to use Audiobus or MidiFire or AUM or the like (Freeewi might work) to loop back the virtual midi out to the virtual midi in (by watch out for feedback loops).+**Getting MIDI into Midi Control from Inside Loopy** - Currently (Dec 2021) but changing soon, the MIDI Control system listens to external devices and the Virtual Midi In (which sees any MIDI sent to Loopy Pro from outside). To send midi from inside Loopy to MIDI Control right now, you need to use a solution that gets MIDI to the Loopy Virtual MIDI port. With the MIDITools MIDI Route AUv3 loaded in Loopy or miRack you can do it with no additional apps running. (For miRack you have a midi in module connected to a midi out module and choose Loopy as the destination. The other way to do it is to use Streambyter standalone (which is free), Audiobus or MidiFire or AUM or the like (FreEWI works, and is free) to loop back the virtual midi out to the virtual midi in (by watch out for feedback loops).
  
 ** One Loop Playing Per Color ** - There are a few ways to ensure that only loopy of a color play at a time. ** One Loop Playing Per Color ** - There are a few ways to ensure that only loopy of a color play at a time.
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 ** Recording (Resampling) Within Loopy Pro ** - To record the output of clips to other clips, add a color or colors as destinations for the color you want to record from. See [[Loopy Pro Resampling Setup]]. ** Recording (Resampling) Within Loopy Pro ** - To record the output of clips to other clips, add a color or colors as destinations for the color you want to record from. See [[Loopy Pro Resampling Setup]].
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 +** Use the Loopy AU to elements you commonly use. ** If you find that you would like a library of elements that you frequently use in your projects, you can stash them in a Loopy AUv3 project. Whenever you need to add any of those elements, you can add a Loopy AU instance, load your 'library project' and copy and paste from it. TIP: use pages to organize the elements into related groups. For example, I have a library project with one page for retrospective looper related buttons, another page for buttons that remote control an IAA drum app I use frequently, etc. To do this, save your library project into the "Audio Unit Extensions Folder" in Loopy's project manager.
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 +** Reset the phase start point with actions. ** Currently (version 1.0.12), it isn't possible to manually reset the start point of the phase cycle if you switch between 'sections' that have different lengths. You can trick Loopy into doing this by adding a play follow action to a loop in a group that does back-to-back Toggle Clock Pause Actions.
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 +** Use widgets a "macros" for reusable sets of actions. ** If you have sets of actions that you use together in more than one place (let's say multiple follow actions or MIDI Control actions), set up a button widget to perform them (you can even put the widget on a different page so that it doesn't take up important space). Then wherever you want to trigger that sequence of actions, use a trigger widget action.
  
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