Less than $300? Sorry, no. There's only two real-time performance oriented loopers on the market right now, the Echoplex and the Boomerang. Both have their merits, but neither does any filter manipulation (and both are significantly more than $300). Both have reverse features, the Boomerang also has an option to play back a loop at half-speed with corresponding loss in fidelity. All of the sampler-based devices I'm aware of have some real-time performance issues (e.g. can't create a loop and overdub seamlessly, can't continuously overdub, etc). For what you're wanting, I suspect you'd need a good looping device, a mixer, and a filterbank in the effects loop. I'd suggest either sliding your Expectation slider way down, or your Acceptable Price slider way up. TH ---------- >From: James Pearce <email@example.com> >To: "Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com" <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com> >Subject: such a lame beginner >Date: Tue, Aug 10, 1999, 12:10 PM > > > I'm just looking for some more (if not redundant from others previous >posts) > suggestions. I was almost willing to run out and buy a headrush but after > hearing that there is no infinite loop option I've now begun looking > elsewhere. And as always affordability is a must (anything less than >300).