No matter if classic or electric guitar - a looper pedal is almost mandatory for every guitar player. Inspired by the legendary Roland RC-2 / RC-20 and the Digitech JamMan loopers, this handy app offers basic looper functionality.
This sweet app is pretty easy to operate: Once started, your iPhone or iPod touch will act as a trigger. Touch it, rotate it, tilt it just like the real thing. For an even more realistic feel, why not attach your volume foot pedal?
This fully digital looper can be either used stand-alone so the iPhone acts as a trigger or can be attached to any volume foot pedal. Anyway, you may choose to tap on your iPhone's display or to rotate or tilt the device itself like one of those real things. Ain't that cool?
If you run the GuitarLooper app on the Apple iPod touch you have to connect either an external microphon or a headset with attached microphone. On iPhone you may either use the internal or external microphone. In any case you must connect the microphone before you run the app.
If you run the GuitarLooper app on the Apple iPod touch you have to connect either an external microphon or a headset with attached microphone. On iPhone you may choose if you'd like to use the internal or an external microphone. Notice connecting the microphone before running the app.
There's also good news for the folks that don't like losing sound quality: HMB-TEC offers a dedicated iPhone / iPod touch GuitarCable to connect the device to either your guitar or your amp (or mixer, whatever you like). Please consult firstname.lastname@example.org for further information or check our ebay shop "FutureSoundFactory".
This version does not offer "Overdubbing" (multi recording), support only single loops and no save function.
Maybe there will be an enhanced future version with increased functionality but at higher price.
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