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  1. Hi, I need to make a scale of looping notes for a video game where the user plays a musical instrument. It needs to be a wind / flute sound. I need to deliver 5 note samples. Each note must loop seamlessly. I using Logic Pro X and software instruments to create the sound. I have tried various wind sounds but having trouble finding something that can be exported as a sample and loop perfectly (sample should be a few seconds long). Currently tweaking an organ sound, with the cycle region on the software note, in Logic sounds perfect and loops forever without any clicks. But when I bounce in place or export the note, it no longer loops seamlessly. Can anyone tell me why the software instruments loop but the audio files don't? Please give me any tips on how to generate note samples that will loop seamlessly!?! Any tips greatly appreciated.
  2. Hey, Thanks a lot for replying to my question. The answer makes sense to me. Yes, the headphone out of interface goes to instrument on looping pedal. I tried various wiring set ups and I think the line out to instrument in had a similar problem. I'll have a look at a DI box. Currently wired up with only 1 keyboard via looper and all sounds fine, but would be great to get both keyboards through the pedal eventually. Really useful advice, if anyone else has any info on the subject then please post.
  3. I play keyboards and sing. I'm trying to create a set up with 2 keyboards, mic and a laptop going into an amp. 1st keyboard is plugged into logic pro 9 via usb and plays a software piano sound. I also have a tascam usb interface plugged in. 2nd keyboard is a synth, in channel 1 of the interface. Mic is in channel 2. I have everything I need ready now, and it sounds high quality through headphones coming out of the interface, but when I run a lead from the headphones output on the interface into my boss looping pedal, the sound becomes really tinny, especially the software piano. Anyone have any idea why the sound quality coming out of my laptop is so bad? How can I get run the best software instrument sound from my laptop to an amp? I keep trying all different combinations of wires but the software instrument ends up sounding tinny, even though it sounds rich on the laptop. Hope someone can offer some advice! Thank you.