Mooer has just launched the new Groove Loop X2 stereo looper pedal. The pedal features an onboard drum machine, so you can play against a beat. There are 121 drum grooves that can be synced to the looped audio, making practise a lot less of a chore.
Mooer Groove Loop X2
The new Groove Loop X2 stereo looper from Mooer has 14 save slots, each of which can store up to 10 minutes of audio. Then you have those 121 drum grooves that can be synced to your looped audio, so practising will be a lot more fun. There are 11 different musical styles on offer here, which you can select using the Genre and Pattern controls on the pedal.
Three Looping Modes
You also have access to three different looping modes. These include the Normal mode, a Count-in mode that you can toggle on or off, and finally, an Automatic mode. The latter mode automatically starts looping as soon as a guitar signal is detected.
The Time Stretch function enables players to alter the speed of their loop’s playback, without affecting the original pitch. It’s a neat feature that you can really get creative and experimental with. There’s also a Tap Tempo that you can use to set the tempo manually. And when not, the pedal will detect the tempo automatically while you are playing.
You also get stereo inputs, along with the ability to split the looper and onboard drum machine to separate stereo outputs. This could be great for live work, especially if you want to send your drums to their own PA/mixer channel or separate amp setup.
The pedal supports editor software for exporting/importing audio files, which should make life a lot easier. You can download the free editor software directly from mooeraudio.com.
You can see the new Mooer Groove Loop X2 in action in the demo videos below. It certainly packs in the features and, if the price is right, it should sell pretty well.
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Mooer Groove Loop X2 Demo Videos
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