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Boss RC-50 Loop Station
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Boss RC-50 Loop Station

Looper from Boss belonging to the RC series.

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Jotaperufino Jotaperufino

«  3 in 1 looper »

Publié le 05/25/11 à 03:34
Value For Money : Excellent
- No effects, 3 tracks stereo looper = 3 X 6 X boss or RC20XL Akai Headrush II.
- You can copy the sound recording via USB cable (works fine with Macs, not tested on PC)

UTILIZATION

- After first getting started, becomes very simple and instinctive to use.
- The manual is in French so no problem
- The track editing is perfect, you have the knob to the volume of each track in real time allowing you to mix yourself bland and the pan and reverse.

SOUND QUALITY

I use it mainly for the beatbox.
At no fault of its high quality and dynamic (respects the original signal recording.

OVERALL OPINION

- I use it for 3 months.
- I had an Akai Headrush II and RC20XL a boss and I tried the JamMan stereo, all much more limited at all levels.
- To conclude it is simply the best looper hardware yet.
- I would do without hesitation that choice.
- For those who do not use MIDI Sync is the best value market price.
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