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First of all, thanks for the fine app! I am starting to do most of my work in GTL instead of Loopy, and am enjoying it. (Although I miss the orange loops going round!)
My Basic question is how to coordinate and sync up GTL with other apps. If I want to play in Chordion and record in GTL I am having a lot of trouble getting the timing synced up exactly.
First of all, the metronome/clock speed. Chordion doesn't seem to have a tempo setting, except for the arpeggiator and drum. What Chordion says is 240 bpm is actually 120, so I make sure the two are set to coordinate.
Shouldn't the IAA pick up the clock speed from one app and set it to the other? I thought I saw that happen sometimes, but maybe not with Chordion?
Now Chordion offers a control strip, which is great. But I haven't figured out how to get the starting timing exactly right; I hear the count-in clicks and then it seems as if there is a gap before it actually records and the red light starts flashing. I under, this may not be GTL's problem, or maybe there is a setting I should be using. Right now I am just using IAA and setting Chordion to the app.
MusicStudio, for example, does not seem to coordinate timing, but I can play the instrument chosen in MusicStudio on my MIDI keyboard. So, once hooked up to the instrument I want, I can stay in GTL, and watch the timing there.
In Patterning, I start the Drum up and then just go to GTL. As long as the clock speeds are set the same, I just tell it to start recording and everything syncs perfectly.
I would like any tips on working with Chordion and also seeing if there are general best practices in working with other apps to come.
If folks are avid users of other apps, I would appreciate hearing which ones "play nice" with GTL.