Loop windowing lets
you create loops by sliding a "window" back and
forth over the entire history of the loop. Imagine
that all of the loop layers are connected together
in one seamless piece of recording tape. Then being
able to instantly jump to any location within that
tape and play a section of any size. The results can
be completely unpredictable as fragments of
different layers are glued together. Or with careful
use of quantization and the windowing parameters you
can create windows that play varying rhythms at a
There are are six functions to
control the window, and two more for use in scripts.
- Window Backward.
- Window Forward.
- Window Start Backward.
- Window Start Forward.
- Window End Backward.
- Window End Forward.
In addition to sliding the window
backward and forward you can also adjust the edges
of the window independently to make the window
smaller or larger. For complete documentation on
this new feature, read the Loop Windowing section in
the Mobius Techniques manual.
The following bugs were fixed:
- Script action buttons always behaving like
- GlobalReset called from within a script was
not canceling other scripts.
- Take out the common bindings used for
development since they often conflict with new
- Remove some EDPisms that most people don't
- Mute+Multiply = Realign.
- Mute+Insert = RestartOnce (aka
- Reset+Mute = previous preset.
- Reset+Insert = next preset.
Mobius is a free
tool for live recording and manipulation of audio
loops, with features similar to those of the
Gibson Echoplex Digital Pro and the