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NAMM 2018: Electro Harmonix - The Flagship 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory
Electro Harmonix has released a brand-new flagship multitrack looping recording device for 2018 - the 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory. This fully-loaded looper includes 6 mono tracks and 1 stereo bounce track to let you layer up a complex live performance loop. The 95000 has 2 mic/line inputs on combi jack/XLR, along with individual level and pan controls for each channel. A number of clever performance functions, alongside an extensive range of connectivity, will allow users to make the 95000 the centre of their complete looper rig.
Previously, EHX has given us live looping products including the table top 45000 Multi-Track Looping Recorder and the floor mounted 22500 Dual Stereo Looper, but only now with the flagship 95000 have we been given access to such a large number of tracks in a unit designed for both floor and table top use.
The 95000 delivers the usual looper functions and, on each track, allows you to record, re-do, and overdub parts. The built-in CLIX metronome provides a solid pulse to which the 95000 can quantize your input for a performance that is guaranteed to be in time.
The 95000 also has performance enhancing features such as an octave/half time effect, tempo editing (with extreme scratch-style effects too), and volume/pan control for each channel. The 95000 can record two inputs simultaneously and independently, which should prove very handy for musicians who also sing.
Multiple connectivity options let you sync multiple devices and grant MIDI control to all parameters, as well as letting you connect headphones, multiple outputs, and achieve expression volume pedal control.
The 950000 has a huge 375 minutes of audio recording onto removable micro SD cards, letting you swap out cards for alternative loops or letting you take your recordings to another device. The 95000 also includes 20 drum loops to get musicians started with their loop creations.
Looper devices are becoming ubiquitous, especially with prominent performers such as Ed Sheeran utilising them in the mainstream. With the Performance Loop Laboratory, users can now access a wealth of features in a surprisingly intuitive and performer-friendly device. With twin mic/instrument inputs, the 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory is ready to let you get plugged in and allow your creativity to run around in circles; or should we say, in loops...
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By Matt WilkinsonPosted on 19 Jan 2018 14:01 to category : Instruments News
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