#1
Hi everybody!
I recently started to get into the fantastic world of looping and effects in general and there is a few confusing things going on.
First of all English is not my first language but i hope you can understand what I'm trying to say.
So, I've got myself a Boss rc30 and the main thing I'm kinda struggling with is the following:
Let's say the first loop i record is 4 bars long and the second one only one, what it happens is that the second one doesn't play in loop on top the first for the all time but rather it kinda sets in "queue"
So if the first let's say goes like:
A B C D / A B C D / A B C D / A B C D /
The second goes:
F G E B / - - - - / - - - - /- - - - /

So is it just how loopers in general works other loopers would work differently or there is an option to change that?

Thanks a lot for your help!
Last edited by carofeimatteo at Jul 14, 2017,
#2
The first loop sets the length.  Any overdubs just layer on top.  If you layer a 1 bar overdub on top of a 4 bar loop, then the overdub only plays for one bar.  You have to buy a more expensive looper that has multiple synchronized loops if you want it to work differently.  Or you could just overdub 4 bars on top instead of 1.