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 consistent tempo.
There are are six functions to control the window, and two more for use in scripts.
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.
The following bugs were fixed:
Mobius is available for free as a VST/AU plug-in for 32/64-bit Windows and Mac OS X at Circular Labs.