Ok so , the way I did this and it works like a charm.
Macro : Transport|Record State ("0") <---- Change value to 0
Transport|Loop Follows Selection State ("0") <---- Change value to 0
Track|Arm State ("0") <---- Change value to 0
Track|Add Audio TRack(mono)
Track|Arm State ("")
Track|Monitor State ("")
Transport|Record State ("") <-----End of Macro (Name it Looper)
1) Assign new keyboard (name it Looper) for your sustain pedal (Leaving the old virtual kbrd as it is ,else u will loose sustain function), goto Console /External devices/Looper/Edit and midi Learn , press footswitch ,right click on new button and make Button (start stop).Then right click again and assign this button to the Macro (Looper) u have saved.(when u re done with Recording u can delete this keyboard config so u get back to the old where the footswitch was a sustain one).
2) Goto View/Record Panel and set all 3 Record mode options to Off (grey).
3) Right click on loop icon ( Transport ) and set Loop Follows selection to On
4) Ctrl+Click and drag 4 (or 8 or 16 ) bars in main Window to set loop range
5) Options /Advanced /Console and have checked : Channel Editor Follows Selection, Audio Input Follows Selection, Audio Track Monitoring Follows Record, Instrument Input Follows Selection, Instrument Track Monitoring Follows Record.
6) Press the Footswitch and Voila!!! U Got yourself a Brand New Looper which opens a new track ( every time you hit the fooswitch ) ,arms and records in a loop overdubbing in takes ( if u let looping in same track, or else hit fswitch again and continue to the new created track ) and not on Layers.Be sure to have plugged your instrument in the first Input of your Audio Interface.At least for me , Add Audio Track goes blindly for Input 1 Left.
Feel free to tweak it and let me know of any other clever function u come up with.
I ve started working on a version that does not use a predifined loop range but takes as range the length of you first recording.Help me God..