SNAMM06: Possibly the Ultimate Boss RC-50 Demo?

US Rico Loop, a one man Jam ,tears up Boss's premiere loopstation      19/07/06

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SNAMM06: Possibly the Ultimate Boss RC-50 Demo?
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Announced at NAMM in January 2006, the Boss RC-50 is the ultimate loop station, Boss say it’s “the most feature-laden Loop Station BOSS has ever built. It’s the best live looping tool ever built for that matter. Housed in a spacious seven-footswitch floor unit, the RC-50 lets you manipulate three stereo phrase tracks simultaneously, with each track supporting multiple overdubs. In other words, you can record phrase upon phrase, one by one, on each track, resulting in a monstrous stack!� We caught this excellent demo from Germanys Rico Loop – who specializes in what he calls live production – you need to see it..
  • 7 footswitches for intuitive control; realtime control of playback speed
  • Play up to 3 stereo phrase tracks simultaneously, all synced to an internal or MIDI clock
  • Ultra-long recording time (up to 49 min., mono), 99 patches (3 master loops per patch)
  • Undo/Redo function for recording and overdubbing
  • Center-cancellation feature, "flat" amplifier simulation feature
  • Stereo input, dual stereo output, XLR phantom-powered mic input, stereo mini-jack Aux input (for recording from an MP3 players, etc.)
  • USB port for data/audio backup, import/export of loops as WAV files
  • www.rolandus.com
  • www.ricoloop.de

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