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  • #16
    There is a LiSA mailing list somewhere on the net, but I don't have a link handy. Interestingly enough, two of the most advanced LiSA users are in New Mexico, but I haven't spoken to them about it in quite a while.

    FYI: Expert Sleepers' Crossfade Loop Synth can do live sampling when run as an effect. I like to use it to confuse a guitar-player friend of mine...

    Cheers,
    Jim

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jim View Post
      FYI: Expert Sleepers' Crossfade Loop Synth can do live sampling when run as an effect.
      That's a plugin I love too! Used it in combination with a step sequencer in Bidule to build a prototype of my live sampling instrument idea "Steppohonic Looperformer". Presentation and sound clips here: http://www.perboysen.com/archives/711
      Best wishes
      Per Boysen
      perboysen.com
      soundcloud.com/pboy

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      • #18
        Originally posted by jim View Post
        There is a LiSA mailing list somewhere on the net, but I don't have a link handy.
        Here you go: http://lists.steim.org/mailman/listinfo/lisa

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        • #19
          I had a chance to play with LiSa for a few days once on a friend's system, it is great. More people should diverge from the old paradigm of copying traditional hardware samplers/ROMplers.

          As for Max for Live... It puzzles me like the Numerology AU - why would anybody embed a more powerful application inside a less powerful one? I really don't understand it.

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          • #20
            I'll take that as a compliment!

            As for the "why" part, it has to do with integration...

            Cheers,
            Jim

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            • #21
              extremely late to this, but surely the worst thing about m4l was that it meant no more pluggo for us non-live users

              have always wanted to try lisa but mainly for the weird buffer fuckery stuff...

              i believe jim o'rourke was a big fan back in the early 00s

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