“I had some input into it and certainly the home

## ## Leicester Tigers unveil new home and away kits for 2019

Tigers Nephi Leatigaga, Jake Kerr and EW Viljoen model their new home strip for 2019 20. Picture Tigers ImagesSign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive DailySubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLeicester Tigershave unveiled the colours that they hope will carry them to success in the 2019 20 season.Tigers new home shirt is along traditional lines and features a green base with red and white hoops. It is completed by green shorts and green socks.The new change strip is described as a ‘fluoro red shirt accented with dynamic Tigers stripes across the chest and arms though most observers would say it is bright orange.Matching shorts will be complemented with red socks.It will be featured for the first time this weekend when Tigers take their place in the Premiership Sevens tournament at Northampton Saints.Greg Bateman, Jordan Coghlan and Noel Reid show off Tigers change strip for the new season. Picture Tiger Images.Both kits are again manufactured by the club’s technical partner Kukri, and boast a modern crew neck collar as well as each player’s individual letter on the chest, reflecting the long established heritage for lettered shirts.Head coach Geordan Murphy is happy with the new look.”I had some input into it and certainly the home shirt is back to what I think the fans will like as a more traditional Leicester Tigers shirt. I was really pleased with that,” he said.”The away kit is bright and effervescent and I think the fans will like it. It is certainly very different.”allMost ReadMost RecentLeicester City FCNew Leicester City training ground drone footage shows 100m complex taking shapeWork has continued at the 185 acre site in Seagrave during the pandemic, with the Leicester City squad scheduled to move into the new facility ahead of next seasonLeicester City star linked with surprise 50m move to BarcelonaLeicester City FCLeicester City transfer news: Defender has also been linked with Real Madrid, Chelsea and Bayern Munich while Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have been mentioned previouslyLeicester City’s potential Champions League campaign given start dateLeicester City FCUefa president Aleksander Ceferin has been discussing next season’s Champions League campaign, which Brendan Rodgers’ third placed side are on course to qualify forWhat happened to the 17 players to leave Leicester City under Brendan RodgersLeicester City FCA look at what became of the 17 first team and under 23s players that left the club last summer during Brendan Rodgers’ first transfer window at the King Power StadiumLeicester City’s sister club make promotion plea as mayor slams ‘outrageously irresponsible’ verdictLeicester City FCOH Leuven will have to find a way to play their promotion play off second leg before August 7 or they will be denied the opportunity to move up to Belgium’s top flightLeicester City FCThree reasons for Leicester City’s success outlined by Ayoze PerezThe former Newcastle United forward reflects on his first year at the King Power Stadium with Leicester City on course for to qualify for next season’s Champions LeagueLeicester City’s potential Champions League campaign given start dateLeicester City FCUefa president Aleksander Ceferin has been discussing next season’s Champions League campaign, which Brendan Rodgers’ third placed side are on course to qualify forNigel Pearson worried about Premier League fatality if season resumesLeicester City FCThe former Leicester City boss, now in charge of Watford, has raised concerns about the possibility of a Covid 19 related death in the Premier League if the campaign restarts

You have already set all the effects you need

Learn How to Save an Audio Loop in Ableton Live

## ## Once you have created your loop in Ableton you may want to save it in order to easily re use it in your next set, or simply to use it in another sequencing program. The easiest way of saving a loop is exporting it to audio. This results in a WAV file you can easily import into the program again. Exporting loops this way saves processing power, particularly if you are using multiple effects or processor heavy VSTs or Midi plug ins.

Continue reading if you have had trouble with the export function, or if you need help with how to save an audio loop in Ableton Live.

So you have your loop playing, you’ve already set both start and end markers, and the loop button is yellow, indicating it is on. Perhaps it is a four bar chord sequence, or an eight bar 4/4 drum loop. You have already set all the effects you need, assigned all virtual instruments and mixed your work accordingly. Now, of course, you want to save your work so it is reusable.

The easiest way to save is by exporting the loop you have created, and subsequently re importing it into your next session. This saves valuable resources, particularly RAM and CPU power, which you will need for your next session. The export function saves the loop you’ve created as one single audio block, preferably a WAV file, so on your next session you can re set your markers to whatever they were and re import it.

Importing Your Audio Loop

The simplest way of importing audio into Ableton is to just drag and drop your WAV, AIFF or similar file into your arrangement window. Once you have done that, set your markers to your original sample and select loop.

Another easy way of looping your audio is to just duplicate it until you reach the end of your track. Nuendo or Cubase), but it likely will not be necessary in Ableton since its primary purpose is for it to be used in a live set or as a DJ tool. To duplicate your audio simply select the sample you have, by left clicking on it, then right click on it to see a drop down menu. From the drop down select ‘Duplicate’. Repeat as often as you need.

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