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TC Electronic DITTO LOOPER - Pedal de fraseo/looping, funciones de undo/redo
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- Pedal de looper ultra compacto con true bypass and Analog-Dry-Through
- Con 5 minutos de looping
- Con funciones de undo/redo
- Con infinitos overdubs y audio sin compresión de 24 bits
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|Dimensiones Artículo||10.16 x 9.90 x 6.35 cm||12.89 x 5.89 x 7.29 cm||32.76 x 18.54 x 14.98 cm||15.24 x 17.78 x 7.62 cm||12.70 x 7.62 x 10.16 cm|
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Pedal de looper ultra compacto con true bypass and Analog-Dry-Through, con 5 minutos de looping, con funciones de undo/redo con infinitos overdubs y audio sin compresión de 24 bits.
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The Ditto Looper records your playing and loops it back at a 24-bit audio quality which is uncompressed. As result, the audio that is being looped doesn’t sound worse in terms of audio quality than what you may be playing over the top of the loop. I have found that the more layers you add to a loop also doesn’t seem to affect the audio quality. You can distinguish the different layers you have added to your loop, and fortunately it doesn’t become a distorted mess. The pedal also doesn’t colour your sound when playing through it, as TC Electronic claims. Additionally, the pedal can loop up to five minutes of audio, which is very generous and likely more than you’ll normally need, but it gives you more possibilities, and you can recreate entire songs in a single loop.
As for the controls, there is the “Loop Level” control which controls the volume of the loop audio, and there is also the switch which is responsible for controlling everything else. The switch relies on different simple commands you give it to control the pedal. For example, a single click to start or stop recording, or double click to stop playback of your loop. A nice feature is that you can erase mistakes that you make my holding down the switch, which deletes only the previous layer you recorded.
The LED light has good brightness and makes it clear what the pedal is doing. For example, the light is red when recording, green when playing back a loop which flickers when the loop restarts, and the light flashes green when the loop is paused.
So, are there any downsides to this pedal? There are, but they’re probably not enough to stop you from buying one, and they won’t apply to everyone. Firstly, there are a lack of features compared to some other loopers with drum machines and other effects built in. But, for some people like me this is a positive as it keeps things simple, and also keeps the price and size of the pedal down. You can always add your own separate effects anyways if you have them in your effects loop. Also, the fact you have to double click the switch to stop the loop may be too slow or awkward for some that are using in a live environment. Lastly, if you want to add a new layer at the start of the loop when the loop is in standby, you cannot start recording straight away as soon as the loop is restarted. You have to wait a moment before you can press the switch again (otherwise it will register as a double click and stop the loop again). Normally you’d keep the record feature on past the end of the loop, but if you’re changing tone or effects (which takes time) you may have to wait until the loop is finished, then start recording again.
Overall, a looper is one of the most fun pedals you could get and you can’t go wrong with this one. Highly recommend! Hope this was helpful.
To get good loops the first loop you lay down needs - if it's a normal type of music (ambient soundscapes, for example, might be more forgiving) - to be perfect. Subsequent layers of overdubs can be added, and the start-stop timing of these is less crucial. But the relative timing/tightness remains important. I'm finding that my four or five part rhythm tracks - emulating bass and several rhythm guitar parts, etc - are, at present, way too sloppy.
My hope is that this pedal will enable me to get better at the execution and layering of these parts, such that I'll then be able to create decent loops over which to practice scales and soloing, and even to drum along with. As a musical tool it's terrific, even if it's a bit depressing initially in highlighting my shortcomings.
So why just four stars? Well, as far as I know you can't store - other than retaining the current loop you're working on, by leaving the pedal on - your loops. And you can only undo the last loop you overdubbed. And if you accidentally hit record again after a duff loop, you can't get back to the previous one. More expensive loop pedals have more of such functionality. And you'll quickly see why folk want these options. I want them already!
But as a first loop pedal this is an excellent device, which - despite its limitations - I'd heartily recommend.
UPDATE: I've discovered that the Ditto Looper does in fact store the last/current loop, even if power is cut to the pedal, when I accidentally did the latter.
The looper did however record everything and was able to play back everything with the excellent sound quality that I wanted - but if you can't hear what you are playing it's not much use.
Reference to the internet suggests that this is a fairly common problem which doesn't say much for TC's quality controls, especially as this is supposedly a premium product with a premium price tag.
I decided to take a chance and return the product in exchange for another one and guess what? The replacement had the same problem! Seems as if there was a dodgy batch - beware!
It has a USB port for updates to the firmware. It's a pity there's no way currently to connect it to a PC/Mac and record/reload one's loops. Could this be done via firmware?
Whatever, it's a great little looper pedal.
No battery option here so make sure you have power on your board.
Seems very quiet in use although I've not used it at big volumes
If you're a complete novice like me, it take a bit of getting used to hitting the switch at the right moment, but you soon get the hang of it! Then you find yourself mucking about for hours, so it's great encouragement to practice. After a while, you can convince yourself that you sound quite accomplished ;-)
One thing to watch out. You need a power supply as it's too small for a battery. Excellent product.
It is small and not taking batteries isn't a 'downside' to pedals this size if you use Pedal Power.