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Electro-Harmonix 45000 Multi-Track Looping Recorder
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  • almost rolls ...

    Electro-Harmonix 45000 Multi-Track Looping RecorderPublished on 01/10/14 at 12:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I'll just complete the review of my fellow forum "EHX 45000" ...

    it is a good looper "hand made" .... compared to the rc 300 "world company"

    strengths: compatibility midi "perfect" sound quality, creative potential of the 4 tracks has inside of each loop (I detail after this critical point with respect to rc 300)

    weaknesses: no "undo" ........ very boring in "I run the puree and then I manages"
    therefore necessity to "prepare" the tracks, second weakness: no tempo display ... thus recording between two loops .. if you decaler the tempo adjustment ...... and what bin is dead

    UTILIZATION

    no problem everything is clear for a broken musicos has mao / loop ............ ...........
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    I'll just complete the review of my fellow forum "EHX 45000" ...

    it is a good looper "hand made" .... compared to the rc 300 "world company"

    strengths: compatibility midi "perfect" sound quality, creative potential of the 4 tracks has inside of each loop (I detail after this critical point with respect to rc 300)

    weaknesses: no "undo" ........ very boring in "I run the puree and then I manages"
    therefore necessity to "prepare" the tracks, second weakness: no tempo display ... thus recording between two loops .. if you decaler the tempo adjustment ...... and what bin is dead

    UTILIZATION

    no problem everything is clear for a broken musicos has mao / loop ............ ..... see if the forum audiofanzine

    excellent sound quality, configuration "4 tracks" kind old tascam or fostex type, is an important point of the looper, let me explain:

    the rc 300 ... you can save or 3 "tracks" that run different stereo at the same time is 3 stereo tracks that keep coming ...... (like verse / chorus / bridge) and of the power of 45000 lies in the fact that you can record 3 tracks stereo or 4 mono + stereo by a loop that keep coming ... understand?

    I detail .... the rc 300 is:

    I have 3 independent tracks: bass guitar track 1 track 2 track 3 song ..... and I mute / unmute the 3 tracks as I want when running; however the structure of the loop is fixed (no verse / chorus eg)

    I use either track 1 as verse, chorus as track 2, track 3 as a bridge .... but inside each track my instruments are "frozen"

    well with the 45000 ....... I loop makes much I want (couplet1/refrain/pont/break...etc) and inside each loop ... I run my tracks as I want (mute / unmute) ...... this is the great strength of 45000

    the second biggest strength (and size) is that it is "midi full compatible" ... all delusions are enabled it works, sync with cubase / ableton etc. in slave or master ... no worries

    SOUND QUALITY

    perfect sound quality .......

    turn to two major defects (only in my opinion):

    not undo: very boring ........ need to be "nickel" ....... if I erase and I start ... so not cool when manipulation has launched a recovery manu chao and everyone jumps in the air in the room ... so be prepare ... improvisation goodbye except "nickel"

    not display the tempo so if I record 3 loops as a result .... well check before recording on a soft Slavic if the tempo of the loop ...... 109 bpm and a verse chorus has 114 .. embarrassing ... below 1.8 g calva in the blood ...

    3 default for some (but quality for me) functions will have essentially no effect rotten unusable (rc 300) or pseudo drum machine worthy of a 90 year atari ... (rc 300)

    OVERALL OPINION

    here is ...... I have said everything I work before with a jamman stereo rc 50 and rc 300 ....

    my philosophy:

    if you are not working with a DAW or a BAR in MIDI sync. rc 50 or jamman stereo latter favors spontaneity but one track on the stereo for three rc 50

    if you use the south but:

    1) in a BAR in sync slave only: rc 300 or EHX 45000 ... it is discussed

    2) sync a DAW (sequencer) or maschine kind or spark software: 45000 the only

    Was soon .......
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  • Rolls loopers!

    Electro-Harmonix 45000 Multi-Track Looping RecorderPublished on 12/06/13 at 06:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,

    Above all, you should know that the looper Electro-Harmonix 45000 is the new version of the Electro-Harmonix 2880. This is the same looper, but ultra-supercharged!
    So everything that has been said positive about 2880 is valid for the 45,000.
    It is therefore https://fr.audiofanzine.com/delay-guitare/electro-harmonix/2880/avis/r.73996.html read before reading this review of the 45000.

    The link on the manufacturer's website here: https://www.ehx.com/products/45000

    Reminder of the topo and specs:

    "Building on EHX's legacy looper, the 45,000 combined the familiar controls of a multi-track digital recorder with state-of-the-art features making it feasible to create......
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    Hello,

    Above all, you should know that the looper Electro-Harmonix 45000 is the new version of the Electro-Harmonix 2880. This is the same looper, but ultra-supercharged!
    So everything that has been said positive about 2880 is valid for the 45,000.
    It is therefore https://fr.audiofanzine.com/delay-guitare/electro-harmonix/2880/avis/r.73996.html read before reading this review of the 45000.

    The link on the manufacturer's website here: https://www.ehx.com/products/45000

    Reminder of the topo and specs:

    "Building on EHX's legacy looper, the 45,000 combined the familiar controls of a multi-track digital recorder with state-of-the-art features making it feasible to create complex multi-track loops Quickly and easily.

    Each loop HAS oven mono tracks and one stereo mixdown track. The non-compressed 45000 records, 44.1 kHz / 16-bit CD quality audio directly to a removable SDHC card (4 to 32GB). Each card holds up to 100 individual loops Accessed with the optional Foot Controller 45000 (sold separately).

    Loop speed is adjustable over a two octave range, and reverse recording and playback are aussi possible. For extra convenience, a built-in metronome to a separate Monitor Out and a Headphone Out aussi are included.

    Includes a 4GB card Delivering up to 125 minutes of recording time
    Import. Wav audio files from PC or Mac
    Auxiliary Input mixes MP3 players with the loop output
    Stereo mixdown track frees tracks for re-use
    Overdub or punch in / out recording
    Quantize or non-quantize (free running) modes
    MIDI Clock Sync as master or slave
    Most parameters are MIDI controllable user
    Enables USB backup / restore with PC or MAC
    Standard 9.6VDC 200mA power supply included "


    WHAT'S NEW ON 45000 COMPARED TO 2880:
    ================================================== ===

    - THAT'S IT, THEY DID IT! : You can make intro / verse / chorus / bridge / outro ... this looper becomes multi-loop (100) AND multi-track (4 + 2)! ...
    "If the 45000 is playing back a loop and loop you exchange numbers, the Foot Controller Will blink the new loop number indicating indication That You ares currently playing back a different loop. 45000 The Will Change to the new number once the loop current loop HAS played icts out to end the point. " : Voila, so in short, what was missing most in 2880 was resolved verses / choruses / bridges of different duration (each a loop), it is in the pocket ... playing a verse, a foot support on one and at the end of verse chorus it goes ... -1 Is returned in verse, yet we pass -1 to bridge etc ... or live on the verse or chorus button with a midi pedal ... the top, and all whatever the length of each sequence ... 100 loops on a single SD, and SD as you want ... need to juggle CF on stage

    - Change loop via MIDI pedal, very versatile and well built, PC or CC: HAPPINESS! => It goes directly to the desired the single push of a button, super powerful for the verses / chorus / bridge loop! ... (Irrespective of the duration of each of them, so)

    - Always about noon, in the manual, they do not show step technique that I recommended for recording loops MIDI sync slave with Quantize, it's nice, so we had grasped the optimal way to use the my stuff ...

    - A whole lot of rhythm are included in the looper (and downloadable blackjack for those who have a looper another brand, hehe!)

    - SD card instead of CF card 4 32GB comes with a 4GB on my own, but probably more on your, they increase gradually as time passes

    - Import / export audio files to a PC (you could do before, but had some concerns reading by 2880 imported files from the net), so: we can recover a backtrack on a kind http:// www.guitarbackingtrack.com/ without guitar and playing his guitar part over it, it's cool, it's official and it's documented: it takes 44.1kHz WAV and 16-bit.

    - New MIDI sync mode: Press "EXT.CLOCK" now has three states instead of two, which should solve the few problems that some MIDI sync sometimes meet with new ways. "Full Ext Clock Mode" and "Beat Sync Ext. Clock Mode"

    - Monitor out: same headphone with the same knob setting, but line level AND MONO mixed two tracks (which can be handy for getting out on a bike ...)

    - Crank: we won management loops and more, but you lose REVERSE, OCTAVE and especially NEW LOOP

    - The SD card slot is hotplug: one can, on stage, for example, change the SD card without turning off the machine, you just have stopped reading before (ditto 2880)

    So basically, what was missing in 2880 is there, present on the 45000! ...

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is available here: https://www.ehx.com/assets/instructions/45000.pdf

    Rhythm loops are a free download here: https://www.ehx.com/assets/ehx-45000-drum-loops-v1.zip



    SOUND QUALITY

    The converters are of a quality to die for! The sound is just PERFECT! ...
    With an excellent headphone, it is impossible to detect any loss of quality between the input signal and the output is to say ... It is far, far away from the quality of other loopers that I have ...

    The two outputs are always separated, as in 2880, so we can put two different amps output scratch if desired (a clear Fender and Marshall saturated example) and assign four mono tracks on an amp or other ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    Conclusion: the arrival of multi-loop (100 loops 4 +2 chacunes tracks on an SD card), combined with the unprecedented power of midday control 45000 (as 2880, you can drive ALL midi above, all but the headphone level and the entry level pre-amps) make a machine with immense opportunities without any competition, provided the racorder an external midi pedal


    PS: the worries that snow rightly in its opinion below are largely resolved with the pedal twelve o'clock

    PS 2: a test of 45000: https://www.guitar-muse.com/electro-harmonix-45000-multi-track-looping-recorder-review-7811

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