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Re: looper for learning music?

i used to use the <AKAI riff-o-matic U40> Variable Tempo/Constant Pitch
Phrase Recorder. that thing rocked as far as slowin down riffs and keeping
the pitch constant-using the 'playbacktempo'-normal-2/3-1/2 you could
clearlee hear the riff at a much slower speed in order to replicate
same...also loved the 'note grabber' that just let you uhh....grab a
note!(duhh)...worked good for me-ymmv

> I wonder if anyone can recommend a looper that is specifically for
> slowing down recordings in order to learn them? (on guitar, for me)  I
> know that Reed Kotler makes a couple of different units; does anyone
> have experience with these?  Are there others that someone would
> recommend?  My preference would be a hardware unit, but I'm willing to
> consider PC software as well.  The reason I ask this question is because
> my Repeater does NOT work well for this application; even at half-speed
> the sound is too distorted to be useful, and I'd really like to go even
> slower than that.
> Thanks very much,
> Elby