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- 2 Stereo Loops with Sync
- Loop 2 Multiplier x1, x2, x3, x4, x6
- Series or Parallel Looping Modes, 9 loop presets + 1 blank canvas
- 24bit / 48kHz recording, Latency Free Looping
- Analog pass through of clean tone
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Pigtronix Infinity is the world’s most musical looping pedal. Simple to operate, yet tremendously powerful and flexible, the Infinity Looper from Pigtronix sets a new world standard for latency-free looping. Our state-of-the-art looping platform provides instantaneous record, playback, dub, undo and redo, on two stereo loop pairs that can be configured in several ways. On top of superior speed and a unique, performance friendly feature set, Infinity Looper sounds downright incredible thanks to its discreet analog limiter stages, transparent analog pass-through and 24bit / 48kHz HD recording engine. Infinity’s innovative “SYNC MULTI” mode provides a multiplier function allowing the length of Loop 2 to be 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 times the length of Loop 1. The two loops can also be run out of sync or even in SERIES, for verse / chorus song structures. Ninja style input split mode assigns Input 1 to Loop 1 and Input 2 to Loop 2, effectively allowing performers to record and overdub separate instruments on separate loops, into isolated amps simultaneously. The Pigtronix Infinity also provides a long awaited AUX Loop output intended to send looped audio to stage monitors. This is especially helpful for drummers to hear and stay in time. An expression pedal jack for Loop Volume allows hands free control of the overall audio output. We thought of everything and kept only the F.A.T. Midi input for beat clock sync causes loop start and stop points to obey Pro Tools or any other DAW / Sequencer that outputs Midi. The Infinity’s USB access allows you to and transfer your music to a computer at full 24bit, 48kHz resolution for further mixing, mastering or immediate publication. THE MUST HAVE PIGTRONIX for any musician. The Infinity Looper will inspire compositional depth and engaging performances; it is the ultimate practice and performance tool for every style of music.
Top Customer Reviews
There is no auto record function or count in feature like other loop pedals out there but that hasn't really bothered me because it's sharpened my sense of rhythm and that's a good. I supposed if you were having a time with a particular riff or chord progression you could sync a drum machine since the Infinity record light blinks for a count in for "the 1" I noticed if you hit it early around the 2.
One knock on the Infinity has been it's memory capabilities but at this time it's really the last thing I'm worried about. It has the capability for 9 presets with two loops in each bank. You can get larger GB smart cards I read but it doesn't allow you to increase your preset capabilities rather it expands the amount of time each preset can record... That's a little strange to me it would seem to make more sense the other way around. I don't really expect to have any issues with memory though since I'll be sending any stored loops to my DAW and using the presets as open banks to do on the fly loops for live shows. Also there's no XLR input but that's nothing an XLR-1/4 adapter or a mixer can't fix. I play solo acoustic shows and plan on getting TC Helicon Harmony pedal to remedy that.
Note: The footswitch is a must!!! After you lay down your base tracks for looping any overdubs have to be perfect or your stuck in the mud because there's no undo function without it. You have a little more room for error with midi syncing because the Infinity will quantize but solo live musicians have none... I plan on doing both midi and live solo applications but either way I would still say this is a must....
Pigtronix really got it right on this pedal!!! The reproduction is awesome, the syncing is easy, and the possibilities are well... ...Infinite!!!
Afterthought: The Official Demo's on YouTube are really worth checking out, They give an you idea of the tonal quality and the over all basic lay out of the pedal. Also there's some really cool ones with people using there Infinity pedals synced up with all kinds of cool midi gadgets from Korg univibe keyboards to drum machines, etc...
What's great about it?
midi sync - I have it slaved to my Korg EMX1 and it syncs up perfectly. It's literally plug and play with a midi cable.
2 loops with a variety of settings - Sync them, run them independently, run them in tandem, in series, whatever. It does it all and does it well.
Easy to use - the instructions that are included give you a great walkthrough for a quick understanding of how to use this pedal. The better instructions on the Pigtronix website provide more details and are easy to understand.
Easy firmware update - Mine came with an old version of the firmware which wasn't great. The newest version, available for free on the pigtronix website, is a snap to update and works like a charm.
Sturdy build quality - I saw in another review, somebody complaining about build quality. Honestly, I don't see it. Mine is solid and well built.
Overall I do not regret purchasing this expensive pedal one bit. It does exactly what I wanted it to. Strongly recommend.
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I bought it to use with a Beat Buddy drum pedal I have. My Boss RC-50 does NOT play nice with Beat Buddy. Rumor has it the Boss RC-300 doesn't either.Read more