Ableton is a wonderful, powerful piece of software. Out of the box though, it’s unable to make use of its own inherent power as a looper. I spoke with Ableton and their response was that the stock looper should be adequate. I don’t think they understand that there’s a paradigm shift here.
I didn’t come up with the Clip Slot Looper all on my own.
Back in 2015 I started playing around with an iOS app called Loopy. What was incredible about that little app was that it laid out loops on the screen. Up until then, loops had always been contained in a pedal on the floor. So having a visual palette of loops was revolutionary! I chased that solution for years (literally), trying to get it to work as a reliable part of my guitar rig. I bought different audio docks and connectors and adapters, ultimately to no avail. The iOS ecosystem will never be able to compete with a professional level DAW like Ableton. I was constantly running into hangups trying to use iOS apps.
So I created the Clip Slot Looper to combine the joy of that app with the power of Ableton. No more hangs ups. No more limits.