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No matter what style of music you?re into, you can be sure there's a loop out there that can spice your track up a little, or even lift it to completely new heights. But handling loops and grooves equals hard work. Hours of pitching and stretching just to get a loop to fit your song's tempo and timing. And if you need to change the key, you?re in for even more work. In the end, your loops are controlling you, instead of vice versa. But help is on its way. From Propellerhead Software comes a suite of programs that gives you full creative control over your looped material! Welcome to ReCycle 2.1 ? The Ultimate Toolkit for Sampled Grooves.
ReCycle goes way beyond simply solving groove problems and cleaning up your loop act ? it's a highly creative tool that helps you make the most of your grooves. In simple terms, ReCycle lets you do with sampled loops what you can do with beats programmed from individual drum sounds ? like alter the tempo, or replace sounds and process them individually. ReCycle turns concrete-rigid loops into musical modeling clay, allowing you, the loopist, to do pretty much what you desire.
Start out with a regular audio file or sample, preferably one of a rhythmic nature. Load the groove into ReCycle, and the program will ?look? at the groove, analyze it, and break it up into its rhythmic components. Each part is called a ?slice?. The process itself is fully automated, but once the slices are there, they are yours to move, audition or delete, using the programs on-screen tools and controls. Other tools allow you to set the length, attack and decay of the slices, and to change your grooves? overall tempo or pitch, without one affecting the other! It's not magic, but it's probably as close as you can get.
The next step is of course to bring your improved groove into one of your songs. At this point, the procedures differ depending on your equipment and preferred working method:
To take full advantage of the program, you need an application that reads REX2 files (such as Propellerhead Reason), a SoundFont compatible application, an AKAI sampler that supports .AKP files, Digidesign SampleCell, or a program that reads Mixman TRK files.Windows: