love the pedal looper… i started working on a grid/teletype based interface for an OCTOLOOPER.
Each row corresponds to a pedal looper unit. The far right button is meant to be used before the looper’s buffer length has been set. You press it, it arms and the next time the clock pulses, it begins recording and automatically stops recording after a number of clock pulses specified in a cell in teletype pattern screen. I have the first two rows at 4 beats long, the 3rd and 4th row are 8 beats long, the 5th and 6th row are 16 beats long and the 7th and 8th rows are 32 beats long, but you can set them all arbitrarily in the pattern screen if you want polyphasic loops.
The button immediately to the left of the far right button is just linked to the stop button of the looper.
The far left button latches and toggles play/overdub and the button to its right is the undo button.
In the middle are faders to adjust the volume of each looper (all the way left is mute).
Need to put a VCA between the input and the looper so that during the “setup stage” triggered by the far right button, it won’t receive any signal. Aside from that, I still have 3 or 4 free scripts to do more stuff. Hoping we get a “reset” function in a future update to the pedal looper!
And of course, thanks to the amazing I2C integration, no patch cables required!