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The Looper acts as both a drum machine and an audio looper.
 

Press the loop corner of the button to arm the looper. The button will now pulse to indicate that it is armed.

You can lay down a drum pattern immediately or press loop again to record an audio loop.

Drum Loop

Pressing the kick, snare and HEADPHONE (works as hi-hat) buttons will start

recording the drum loop. Pressing loop again will set the loop point.

Audio loop

With the initial drum loop playing or the LOOPER button pulsing red, press loop

to record the audio loop. The audio loop can be multiple lengths of the drum

loop thus you can put down a single bar of drums, then say 8 bars of audio.

Pressing loop again sets the audio loop length.

Overdubbing

When the loop is playing, press loop again to overdub drums and audio.

Erasing Loop Components

Hold the SET button while pressing kick, snare, HEADPHONE or loop to erase the kick, snare, hi-hat or audio loop respectively. You can then re-record the component.

To stop Loop Playback

Press the TAP button or double tap loop.

Start Loop Playback

Press loop.

To erase Loop Including Drums and Audio

Double tap and hold loop.

The LOOPER states are as follows:

Once a loop has been recorded Perform-VE derives its tempo from the loop so that all effects are in sync.

The derived tempo will be between 80 and 160 BPM (Beats Per Minute).

Unlit Looper off / loop cleared

Pulsing red Armed for 1st loop recording

Solid red Recording in progress

Pulsing green Loop paused

Solid green Loop playing

Once a loop has been recorded Perform-VE derives its tempo from the loop so that all effects are in sync. The derived tempo will be between 80 and 160 BPM