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Old 01-18-2013, 10:54 AM
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Default Auditioning MIDI loops

Hello all...

I recently purchased a batch of MIDI drum loops from SmartLoops.

While I've used the Workspace audition functions for audio loops, I haven't found a similarly easy solution for auditioning MIDI loops. So far I've only been able to drag a loop into a track, play it, and either use it or delete it.

Does anybody have a simple, non-tedious method for auditioning MIDI loops? Especially something that can be used within the Workspace.

TIA for your help.

Scripguy
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