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The Electro-Harmonix 2880 offers the familiar control setup of a multitrack digital recorder while adding flexible looping capabilities and track manipulation control. Continuous looping, in stereo and mono, can be pitch-shifted, reversed, and manipulated on four recording tracks. These four tracks can then be moved to two mixdown tracks, freeing them up to be reused. Flexible punch in/out is available on any recording track.
The 2880's non-compressed audio utilizes a 44.1k/16-bit CD fidelit while providing audio storage of 480 seconds for each of the six available tracks when using a 256MB card (expandable to 2GB). With external in/out MIDI clocking, it also provides automatic format conversion to Mac or PC via USB.
Complex multitrack loops may be created and overlaid in a performance situation with ease.
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