With mic preamps, multitrack recording and mixing built in, EHX’s 95000 is much more than your average looper.
Loopers continue to be popular for use on stage, but different musicians ask different things of them, and so they vary in complexity from ‘one-button wonders’ to fairly complex devices. Well... the Electro-Harmonix 95000 Performance Loop Laboratory looks to be the daddy of them all!
Essentially, the EHX 95000, as I’ll call it here, puts six separate tracks at your disposal for loop recording, and then adds a stereo mixdown track on top so that, using the onboard track faders and pan pots, you can mix and record a performance based on your recorded parts. The EHX 95000, then, is part looper, part multitrack recorder. It boasts a massive 375 minutes of sampling time that can split into up to 100 loops. And if you need more loop tracks you can link two units for 14-track operation. There’s even a punch-in mode, as well as a reverse-playback function, and the controls also...
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