Sequence Of Events

11/4
Research begins on how to overdub in Max

11/13
Meg emails patch from friend that works as a loopstation

11/16
Goals for patch are outlined
Want to create a loopstation that doesn't need separate buffers for each loop.

11/18
Dissection of the patch sent from Meg and a patch from Cycling 74'

11/23
First attempts at the loopstation fail. Data gets corroded when its rerecorded into itself

11/30
Begin to use the waveform viewers to look into the buffers and program which part of the buffer is to be used in the loop

12/2
Begin using three buffers, two for loops and a third to mix the loops down into. Then the first two buffers with the loop get cleared, and you start all over again.

12/5
Poke is unable to read over itself into a buffer. It creates too much feedback.
Fourth buffer is made to alternate mixing down the audio from the loops to avoid buffers being rerecording into themselves.

12/7
Video documentation is made. Filters are added to the patch for extra nuance.

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