Will do!And actual musicians drink all your beer. You just can't win.
Not sure I'll ever be able to wrap my head around that price tag, but intuitive UX is extremely important to me, too - so I'll be watching this space closely. Please keep us posted with your impressions!
Had the Voicelive III (not the Extreme) - even bought the extended switch for it.Can any looper expert compare (roughly would suffice) the Aero's functionalities-usability with TC Helicon's Vocelive 3 Extreme?
This would be my first looper and I don't feel confident choosing...
... I've been owning a lot of stuff, and experience tells me that reading spexs or the manual rarely gives you an actual idea about what a unit *can't* do... until you start using one ...
Thanks for any feedback!
I quickly got rid of mine. If they had stuck to only two loops it might have worked but their approach to using three loops just ruined it. I found it totally a mess to use while trying to play - the buttons all change position and function as you record/overdub/change/stop/start parts. Hovering my foot over the top row of buttons to change functions so that I get back to the previously recorded loops. Seriously WTF???
The Ditto X4 is so simple and intuitive to use in comparison.