[linux-audio-user] Re: [linux-audio-users] SooperLooper 1.0.0beta28 released

Martin Habets errandir_news at mph.eclipse.co.uk
Wed Feb 23 20:28:10 EST 2005

On Wed, Feb 23, 2005 at 11:49:58AM -0500, Jesse Chappell wrote:
> Martin Habets wrote on Wed, 23-Feb-2005:
>  > I have 1 major question (so far :): is there a way to save/restore
>  > the settings. More specifically, I would like to start 5 sooperloopers
>  > each with a file already loaded (and muted).
> Right now, to do this you will need to use the OSC API to script
> this.  Unfortunately, there is no readily available cmdline tool
> to send OSC, but we'll probably whip one up shortly.  In the meantime,
> you can try using this python module http://v00d00.k-hornz.de/pub/OSC.py
> or this perl http://barely.a.live.fm/pd/OSC/perl/ .  I have not
> tested any of these yet.  

Thanks. I'm having a go at the perl stuff (need the practice). Seems to
work okay, I'm getting a real sooperlooper scripting environment this way!

> See SL's OSC api at http://essej.net/sooperlooper/doc_osc.html

This page is empty. But never mind: I've got the source!


> In the future I plan to add sessions to SL that will load up the
> state of the looper just like you want from a saved description.

Sounds great.

Maybe I'll try sendOSC some time.


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