Yeah, its a shame, that Mimic can't import Rootkeys or Loop-Information from audiofiles like the NNXT.EnochLight wrote: ↑01 Oct 2021Unfortunately it's because the only stretch algorithm that has Zero Crosspoint adjustment is the "Tape" setting, and even that is pretty hard to adjust. This was brought up during beta testing, but RS didn't consider adding more X-Cross settings to the other stretch algo's before launch. Hoping they update Mimic, as it certainly could use the feature. In the meantime, in Mimic your only recourse is to use the "Tape" setting and adjust your actual sample begin time to eliminate the pop/click. Usually I can get a seamless drone/loop when I make my loop point anything after the start of the sample (with some massaging of the loop).StephenHutchinson wrote: ↑01 Oct 2021I tend t make a lot of ambient music and use looping pad samples in a lot of my work. In Ableton Live, Bitwig, and FL Studio, these loops are seamless and work perfectly. I've spent a couple hours now trying to get some of these samples to loop in Mimic without the annoying click at the loop end point. It is highly annoying and honestly puts me right off.
I've tried every single type of Stretch mode, in all the variations, tried 10+ different loops, and then tried the various factory Mimic patches, and even did a Reset Device. Nothing works. Anyone have any idea of how to get rid of the annoying pops and clicks when in loop mode? Thanks in advance.
Maybe a new Import function for Rootkey and/or Loop-Information out of the loaded audiofile would be a solution for Mimic. Maybe on the backside of Mimic, so you could click on a button and choose: Import Loop/Rootkey-Information, and from then Mimic imports the information from every the loaded sample.
So your Library with your well done samples are supported and no "clicks" are audible. No crossfade would be required then.