03-11-2013 10:16 PM
cool product. i wonder how u do multiple loops when theres only one button
I was wondering that too when I first saw it at NAMM, but then they showed me a demo, and it all made sense. If you check out their site, they have the details laid out - it really does seem to be simple to operate, and pretty intuitive - especially for such a minimalistic set of controls.
03-12-2013 04:07 AM
03-14-2013 11:20 AM
the having to hold to clear and causing the audio to quickly play back is a poo
I'm sure you can get around that by holding the switch on the second hit when stoping the loop.
03-14-2013 12:35 PM
Just hit the first tap on the last "and" of the beat, if that makes sense..
yeah, but just a hair too slow and youre overdubbing a snippet before you stop and the loops kinda fucked. This happens sometimes with me on the RC-30, but I'm only double tapping to turn the FX off and on in between parts when I'm not using the looper. Double taps on crucial functions like stopping (sometimes at song changes) means more chances for double tap mishaps.
Nature of the beast of course, simple is simple, no room for 2 switches.
03-14-2013 10:13 PM
I watched the video on their site. It's pretty neat but there are some pretty major fibs in there. Ditto is not the only true bypass looping pedal. Timeline is also true bypass and I believe it also has analog dry through while looping (I know it does on delays).
Totally different kind of philosophy to the pedals but i mean.