Live Loops is a audio looping software for live music production. You need to have allegro library installed to compile/run this:
Download the latest Work in Progress version from here: http://sunsite.dk/allegro/wip.html
NOTICE: This program won't run unless you create a sub-directory where you are executing it called 'samples' with all of your samples in it (wav format).
This program will attempt to run in a window. If that fails it will attempt to use framebuffer (under linux).
Essentially i wrote this for my own purposes and i wanted a very simple way of putting loops together, and outputting them through existing soundcard hardware into an external mixer.
To do in the following versions:
1) put in some code to send a pulse to the parallel port to control the timing of my Commodore64 computer (running custom music software found on this server in /dev/aSid/current/) This functionality was present in v0.1 before I ported to linux.
2) Put in some audio-input functionality so that a user could record a bar of say, guitar, and that bar would be looped over whilst they played other stuff over the top. Nice for making very live sounding looped music. Sort of like a delay pedal.