Which program to extract loops from a song
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    Default Which program to extract loops from a song

    My MPC 1000 needs some meat!

    Up until now I always beat-gridded a track in Sony's ACID Pro and extracted loops this way. After beat-gridding I could easily jump from part to part.

    I always asked myself if there is a fast way to do this, so please share your experience with me!
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    Ableton was pretty much built for what you're doing

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    Use record function in traktor (if you have it) so you don't need to re-grid your track?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djmaxone View Post
    I expected this <3
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    there's freecycle for linux, that can export akai format or split into wav.

    on my asr-x i just prefer doing it by ear on the machine, takes longer but i think you get some interesting loops that you may not have....

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    Quote Originally Posted by charo View Post
    there's freecycle for linux, that can export akai format or split into wav.

    on my asr-x i just prefer doing it by ear on the machine, takes longer but i think you get some interesting loops that you may not have....
    Thanks for that suggestion.
    It just for some loops.
    I record samples mostly live using the NS7 and build something out of them.
    Normally you can trim down loops until they sound nice, but I want a bunch of loops from one song. A program bursting it makes it a lot faster.
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    no problem if you try that artistX distro I posted about in the production subforum it has freecycle already installed..

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    Ableton is the best for this sort of thing i personally think, once you warp the song extracting loops is super easy

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    I used this http://webpages.charter.net/dereese/gary/akai.html
    and I had JJOS loaded http://www7a.biglobe.ne.jp/~mpc1000/

    both are very good. as you may already know. If not enjoy.

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