Cool, thanks. I’ll use it as the basis for the delay in my script, if that’s OK. I’m going to look into different ways of configuring the two delay lines (ping-pong / stereo delay / mono looper + delay etc.).
I believe the way to achieve this in softcut is to set level_cut_cut for each of the two heads you want to ping pong at whatever feedback level you desire, as well as outs for each. This is the approach I’ve taken in TAPs at least.
Sorry I was so hasty in my response, I wanted to make sure not to forget to try help out somehow.
You’ll want to do something like this (not including setup code to set your loop points, enable voices, etc.):
-- set each in to a different head
-- route feedback for each head
-- enable output
In addition, you’ll also want to make sure your audio levels are set so softcut is getting your engine/input/tape at a good level, and that softcut’s level is up in the mixer…iirc.
Hope that’s more helpful!
Ps. I’m almost certain you’ve seen it, but just in case not - the softcut api docs are pretty helpful.