#2
It isn't a complicated design. If you can find a good schematic and if you can solder you should be set.
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#4
if your not looking for a midi programmable design, it should be easy using simply relays to "true-bypass" any pedal you want, but if you want a midi controller to program presents (ei - loops 2+ 4 or loops 1+3+4) then you need to know how to program logic and understand how midi works, and find midi controller chips and signal processor chips which will send signals to each relay.

check out freestompboxes.org someone there posted gut shots of the pedal looper....
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#5
Here's a Schematic to make one they are fairly simple to make and inexpensive.

Boxedit? Are you needing it for an MIDI app? Or are you just looking for a true-bypass looper pedal?
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Last edited by boxcarmonument at Nov 16, 2009,
#6
Yeah, that VooDoo labs unit is nice, but honestly, that's as cheap as a midi enabled relay looper is going to get.

What you might want is just a simple true bypass looper.

You can make a 4 or 5 switch unit for maybe 30-40 bucks.
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Quote by boxcarmonument
Here's a Schematic to make one they are fairly simple to make and inexpensive.

Boxedit? Are you needing it for an MIDI app? Or are you just looking for a true-bypass looper pedal?


Just a true bypass looper, thanks for the link, I'll check it out.
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