Looperpedal software

Lindsey

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I have a FAME Looper mini pedal, works great but the program to import and export files doesn't. As expected.
Does anyone know a program that could work?
I've seen it being mentioned somewhere before but they didn't name the programs.
I already tried the one that comes with Harley Benton, it's the same program so that doesn't work.
 

Ed Seith

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Loopers is one thing that's kind of on a bucket list for this old fart to get to, but I never have. Super impressed by those who use it well!
 
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Lindsey

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Loopers is one thing that's kind of on a bucket list for this old fart to get to, but I never have. Super impressed by those who use it well!
I got it for practice, I don't really like looper music with the repeatitive parts and long wait before they're actually playing. But there are some people who are able to use it in such a way it's hardly noticable they're using one.
I'd say get one. :)
 

Ed Seith

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I got it for practice, I don't really like looper music with the repeatitive parts and long wait before they're actually playing. But there are some people who are able to use it in such a way it's hardly noticable they're using one.
I'd say get one. :)
There is one built into my AxeFX. I just don't know how to use it.
 

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There is one built into my AxeFX. I just don't know how to use it.
If it works the same as a regular looper it should just be pressing a button when you want to start the loop and press it again when you want to end. Basically it will loop starting from the point you first pressed it and end where you last pressed it and it's repeated for an infinite amount of time. Or in the words of Paul Gilbert, it's a rhythm guitarist who never gets tired (or bored)
 
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