Electro-Harmonix 2880 Super Multi-track Looper
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- The 2880's non-compressed audio utilizes a 44.1 k 16 bit CD fidelity
- With external in/out midi clocking, it also provides automatic format conversion to Mac or PC via USB.
- Provides audio storage of 480 seconds for each of the six available tracks when using a 256 megabyte card
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Step on it! In the studio or in performance, the 2880 Foot Controller makes everything about the 2880 Super Multi-Track Looper easier and faster. Instant access to record and play functions as well as reverse and pitch shifting, all at the touch of a switch. Select a new track or a new loop without missing a beat. A must have for live performance and a hands free tool in the studio.
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To consider it in a world where no other looper was available, it has some great features (i.e. big switches and loads of time for the four tracks it does offer); but in a world where having the option to select a different bank for a fresh series of loops on the fly exists, the 2880 has no such option. This means you must save the four tracks you just recorded (without any easily visible 'undo' or 'clear' option for each individual track) prior to creating a new set of loops OR lose what you've recorded so far in the process.
The reverse and octave features are nice for mixing layering effects and such you wish to accomplish using only the looper. The addition of a 5th mix-down track is unique, but oddly out of place given the initial limitations on recording. Quantize and Clix features should showcase some of the lofty goals the designers had for this pedal, but instead they highlight the flaws and limitations (no visible BPM, slider to change value, single sound).
If you consider yourself a pedal collector or an organic-loop purist (although this model eschews that analog philosophy for a digital stab at recreating analog action) you might want to add and keep this in your arsenal for its rich history and on-board, on-the-fly mixing and layering options.
If you are looking for a looper with on-board versatility, a deep rhythm section, multiple track recording with multiple storage banks--look elsewhere.