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ohm's "Live Slice"

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Create date25 Jun 2004
NameLive Slice
DescriptionLoop slicer: Live Slice is a loop slicer intended for live use or studio improvisation. It lets you manipulate your loops in a visual environment. The loop is split into 4,8,16, or 32 slices of equal length, that can be rearranged using drag and drop. The waveform is colored so that darker frequencies are black, middle frequencies blue and higher freqyencies red. On the screenshot below, the bassdrums are black, snaredrums are blue and hihats are cyan or red.
Host typeBuzz
Machine typeGenerator
Sub typeSample player
Inputs / outputs0 out2 out
Additional info
BuzzWiki articleLive Slice
UsernameOhm
Real nameJacob Carstens
Where fromDenmark
User descriptionMellow IDM

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1.530 Dec 20071.5 Update: Works in Buzé. Fixed some bugs, and improved the wave import.
1.228 Jul 2004Live Slice is a loop slicer intended for live use or studio improvisation. It lets you manipulate your loops in a visual environment. The loop is split into 4,8,16, or 32 slices of equal length, that can be rearranged using drag and drop. The waveform is colored so that darker frequencies are black, middle frequencies blue and higher freqyencies red. On the screenshot below, the bassdrums are black, snaredrums are blue and hihats are cyan or red. This new version has some bugs fixed: wavetable waves are loaded properly now. The posistion of the window is saved in the song (again). P4 denormalization bugfix work better (in 1.1 it was disabled when the machine was muted). When live slice is muted it shows in the titlebar.
live slice.dll
1.125 Jun 2004Live Slice is a loop slicer intended for live use or studio improvisation. It lets you manipulate your loops in a visual environment. The loop is split into 4,8,16, or 32 slices of equal length, that can be rearranged using drag and drop. The waveform is colored so that darker frequencies are black, middle frequencies blue and higher freqyencies red. On the screenshot below, the bassdrums are black, snaredrums are blue and hihats are cyan or red.
live slice.dll

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