[LAU] Freewheeling, keyboard

Norval Watson norv2001 at yahoo.com.au
Thu Aug 6 07:41:32 EDT 2009

----- Original Message ----

> From: Grammostola Rosea <rosea.grammostola at gmail.com>
> Danni Coy wrote:
> > You need to hook up the inputs of Freewheeling before it does anything 
> > useful...
> > Patchage is probably the easiest tool for this. Connect the inputs to 
> > what you want to record and the outputs to the outputs on your 
> > soundcard. From here the qwerty keyboard is used to record,trigger and 
> > stop playing loops.
> > Each key is a loop.
> > 1st press starts recording
> > 2nd press stops recording and starts playback
> > 3rd+ toggles playback.
> >
> > space + key clears loop
> > alt + space clears all loops
> >
> > hope that helps you get started
> Thanks. I have the connections, but pressing a key doesn't do anything. 
> I think the settings for the pc keyboard etc are not right yet...
> \r

If you press TAB does the Freewheeling window cycle through representations of the QWERTY keyboard, an octave on a piano keyboard, a dance mat etc?
(NB: the Freewheeling window has to be the active window)

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