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Using overdub on looper with Roland AC 33

I have FS 6 footswitch, single cable to looper. 'A' pedal stops, 'B' pedal records, then press B again I get overdub for just a short time. The B pedal is set to momentary not latch. Can't seem to control length of the 'overdub' . Any ideas out there please on how best to use the looper and overdub.

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  • What looper are you using?

  • edited October 2014

    I'm guessing THE looper, you know. If so, this forum might be a good place to ask the question: forum.loopyapp.com -
    A lot of people with live rigs post there.

  • Also, what ipad docking station are you using?

  • edited October 2014

    Not using docking staion yet, just got rid of an old zip disc roland boss 8 track, so need to get a new recording system.
    The 'looper' is integral part of the AC 33 amp from Roland, just a 40
    Second loop. Thanks Smeeth I will take a look at the link.

  • @smeeth is talking about the app Loopy. With the AC33's built-in looper the first loop you record sets the length of the loop and all subsequent overdubs, ie your overdub will always be the same length as your first loop.

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