Is that consider "Looping"?
On the DD-20 you use the switch to record and then switch to listen. Then you have to hold the switch down to record over. It's pretty good if you just want to loop for practice, not really good for a live situation.that is not looping... that is just what they call "sound on sound"... eventually that will turn into a self occillating mess...
the timefactor has a true looper, you push one button to start recording, then press another button to play the 1st loop, then you can keep adding to that...I think that you can even control the pitch of the loops as well..
OK... but its still not looping... it more of a sound on sound kind of feature, like you would get out of a tape echo machine, you dont really have much control over the "looping". also the loops cant be saved right?Someone posted how it does looping. And it clearly doesn't have a looper...just showing how you can use it like looping.
Actually...it won't turn into a self oscillating mess.
The Nova can be set to 100% feedback setting...so it will stay, and it will won't fade out...and if you don't add audio to it, it wont oscillate either.
I use the dl-4, dd-20, rc-20xl, timefactor, dd-6, rc-50. Trust me, I know how to loop....but none of those things were his question.
well I wouldn't prefer it either. however like I mentioned before...it goes back to the original question asked.I prefer to not have to bend down and turn knobs to loop and 2 seconds would never be enough time for me.