Testing out, learning MSuperLooper. I think they finally worked out lots of bugs and works well in GP for me. Very cool! Everything is self explanatory with the plugin window open, but I’m trying to see if I could use it live with just widgets, without the plugin window open.
I created a layout that sort of reflects the plugin window. It works, but the visual feedback is terrible. It is impossible to tell which track’s which loops are active, since the buttons that activate those loops are momentary do not stay “on” after selecting the desired loops. There is no way to tell which loops are active, which ones are not. They all look the same. I am using VST3, clicking the sync option in the widget midi edit doesn’t do anything.
Is there any way to get the visual representation to be dynamic and reflect what’s going on inside MSL? Unfortunately there is no default “track 1 loop 1” (2,3 etc) parameter in the plugin list, so I’m just firing CC’s to activate them, thus no syncing of states. All buttons that are not momentary (like record, play, levels etc) are fine, but all others (mainly the loop buttons) are the issue.
Melda has an incredible amount of settings deep inside the options, most of which I do not even understand. I was hoping someone has found a way to get visual syncing of widgets.