Here is the device version of the Reloopah module.
)-in order to work, a ramp signal has to be connected to the ramp input of the device. preferred method is to load a ramp wave into host sequencer (can be downloaded here
) and to send it via designated Asio output to the device. (don’t forget to set the correct tempo of the Reloopah device)
–slice controls 1-16 – select the position of the slice you want. the red are the default positions
–output 1-16 (below) – the device has two pairs of outputs; select the slice output here – green=out1(default), red=out2
–dezip settings: default settings should work in most situations; if the loop contains much harmonic content, try to change/increase dezipNWRelease (default 300)
–sliceScaling: decrease slice length. when used, a gate effect is achieved; use dezipNWrelease to avoid clicks
–snap 1-18: buffers which include slice positions, dezip, sliceScaling settings.
–randomize: when first used, slice positions are initialized=all on pos.1; press again to get random slice positions
–preset list for all parameters (little icon)
–preset list just for slice positions, dezip, sliceScaling settings