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Boss RC-30 Loop Station

Looper from Boss belonging to the RC series

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Published on 07/12/12 at 15:01
Rather than words, I offer an overview of the pedal on the following link:


I advise you to listen to headphones because I completely craqu the volume is very low (or so I'm deaf)

And a sample piece made live https://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_13856716?utm_campaign=opengraph&utm_content=song&utm_medium=link&utm_source=facebook

(Gear: fender strat => Boss ME50 => EHX Freeze => Boss RC30 => Presonus audiobox)

Today I have 85 tracks in memory, all with at least 3 layers per track and a hard ranging between 10 seconds and 2 minutes, and I can always continue recording, so really very autonomy of memory.

USE

Very simple to use, provided that we give 10 minutes of her time reading the manual and many tour the possibilities.

I love this pedal, but it all depends on the use that is made. As evoked in other opinions, you just forget intensive use live if we want to have fun changing track every 3 minutes for it is galre (unless you record the intgralit the song on a same track of course)

I mostly use it as a tool to build solo riffs, find ideas and memorize, and it has gnial.

When I'm using it in a group, it is to wedge a line or a rhythm that I can cut, enrich or raise will.

It is much more user-friendly and intuitive as the RC3 (my way) and for connecting a mic in fantom, which use it normment.

It is not intended to be a pace bote but the possibility to connect a footswitch to turn dye the beat really would go further on the use of the machine live




SOUND QUALITY

I do not understand the notice that the pedal ruin the sound quality ...

If the branch on a single channel with the beat lamps Switch-on that's for sure that this is not jojo but seems empty. See my video (o I live branch on a sound card), the sound is not dnatur all. On my amp lamps, I am using that part loop that works very well, prefer against by a transistor (see speakers) if you make heavy use of Drumbox because the frequencies of an amp guitar are specially adapted.

For computer music or headphones with RC30 end of string, the sound is excellent.

NOTICE GLOBAL


As with everything, there are lots of qualities and defects that discovers as and (especially defects!), But I am very happy with this pedal, again for the use I make.

Most
Sound quality
Memory and double tracks
Drumbox that quite dpanne

Les -
The two tracks must be the same length
the drums are not activated by footswitch
Not possible to rgler tempo ultra Manire accuracy of all: this should be more a notch and a knob for rgler
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