There's a similar device in Audiomulch called cannon looper. It allows a train of up to 16 loopers, each repeating once only. Quite neat actually..|
Why not download the trial software and give it a go? There are loads of plugins you could try as long as your soundcard is pretty reasonable. It's a steep learning curve initially but there are some very well informed members on this list...
ps keeping track of 10 loops might be a little unweildy in terms of hardware control. I've used up to 4 recently and have found it less than manageable even when I've assigned dfferent loops to dfferent famlies of sound, (rhythm, harmonies, ambience etc).
> Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 11:57:04 +0000
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: New to looping..
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Hi Tim, welcome to the the wonderful world of looping, and welcome to the group.
> It does seem that using PC or Mac and appropriate software might well be the way for you to go, most hardware loopers wouldn't do all you require.
> However, I will bring to your attention something that I have been using as an important part of my livelooping set-up. The RedSound Soundbite XL is essentially just a loop-sampler (no overdubbing of any loop), but it does allow 6 separate time related loops, all synced together nicely, each one starting as soon as each loop is recorded. Each loop can be turned off, faded out, or reversed independently, and there is some nice onboard filtering (unfortunately of all the loops en-masse). The 'pro' version has other features such as loop slicing, and the ability to communicate with PC/MAC. I have modified mine to give footswitch control (not difficult).
> It's pretty simple and rather deficient as a general purpose looper in many areas, but you might want to consider this.
> Check out he manufacturers web site.
> I have no affiliation with Redsound.
> 'Just another guitarist' ;)
> --- On Wed, 16/9/09, Tim Watson <email@example.com> wrote:
> > From: Tim Watson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Subject: New to looping..
> > To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> > Date: Wednesday, 16 September, 2009, 9:10 AM
> > Hi everyone,
> > Very glad to make your aquaintance, looper people.
> > I am new to this, and would very much like some advice
> > before buying
> > my first piece of equipment.
> > I am a performing/recording percussionist playing many
> > different
> > instruments, from djembe to congas to tam Talking drums to
> > UDU clay
> > pot drums, and cajon. I also do grooves on the guitar, and
> > am prone to
> > sing as well..anyway, the plan is to have a looping device
> > to build
> > tracks for personal use...ie learning new rhythms etc, but
> > also to
> > build loop tracks live.
> > I would very much like to be able to layer, say 10 tracks
> > with
> > different instruments, an to also remove them one by one in
> > a live
> > situation.
> > Questions
> > 1. Would a Jamman be sufficient for this. Does it allow one
> > to choose
> > which loop to delete, or would one have to undo the last
> > loop first
> > 2 You guys all seem very keen on Boomerang 3., but it
> > doesn't seem to
> > allow one to load stuff onto the computer
> > 3. Would the ideal combo be a Boomerang and a Jamman?!!
> > This would
> > seem to cover all basses, although expensive to need both.
> > Any other ideas?
> > Thanks in advance, if anyone has the time to advise this
> > newbe Looper person...
> > Happy days!
> > Timbo
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