FR: looping parts until triggered

I’d like being able to loop a part indefinitely until an external trigger event is happening. This should happen in sync with the bar/beats of course.

This also means that a part must handle a timeline range for audio/midi/dmx looping. Nested parts perhaps relative to its parent part…?


Yes. It’s hard for me to understand how people use VST Live without such a function. Can’t imagine a live show or worship session without vamps and intros with undefined durations.

That is possible by using the Cycle on/off function in “Actions and Shortcuts”.

As such, one of those is doable. For multiple, we are working on that. If there is sufficient time in between those sections, you might set new cycle markers “on the fly”, but that’s of course not exactly convenient. Coming.


I was thinking of vamps, intros, solos, etc but wasn’t sure of what it was called in English.

Will you consider different types of automation for the parts? Right now parts follow to next automatically. I’d say Next, Prior, Stop, Repeat and Jump at least .
Similar to songs automation see pict

Right now the midi cycle function is overruling the the visual indication of parts. See pict

Sorry for being so picky, but I am trying to find a VSTLive workflow that would match my gig necessities …

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Yes, we are working on that.

Hi, any ideas on the timeframe for this topic? Sorry for asking but trying to figure when I could implement VSTlive

This should be fixed, at least with the last version on If not pls let us know exactly what you expect that doesn’t happen.

In the last version is indeed working.
I still have no way to spontaniously cycle a part while it is playing… any suggestions?

Part loops and quantized triggers are in the making. For now, you can only activate or deactivate the cycle (also via MIDI, see Devices/Actions and Shortcuts/Transport).

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