Inside the LOOPED folder are the different LOOPED synchopations. These are the sections of the phrase where the looping is done. The last step is to bind the midi file to the right section of the looped phrase. So all the loops are bound to the appropriate sections of the phrase and you have a click track. Once the midi files are bound to the looped phrases, you're ready to layer the sections of the phrase onto your DAW and cut. There is a lot of room for experimentation on this section of the process and each time you come back to this project it's going to be a little different.
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Each of the loops has a readme containing the user's comments on the loop and MIDI information in a text format. Simply open the readme in your text editor or word processor to read what the file is and how to use it.
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