ok, gonna test this out by experiment. Vox VDL-1 Dynamic Looper Overdub Y Feedback N (except on 2s delay which can have loop synced to it) Undo Y (one layer with Redo independent for 2 tracks) Multiply Y (by resample) Quantize Y (one loop can be exact multiple of the other) Reverse Y ( 2 types ) Midi NPresets Y Sync N
Cut'n'Paste slices N Pitch Transposing oct up/down continuous or semitone steps Time stretching Y Tap Tempo YMax loops instantly accessible 1 Parallel loops 2
Tracks 2 Storage N Battery N Memory 90s definitely missed out from chart Stop/Start Y everyone forgets that one ;-)Then there's stuff that might go on a chart, or in a comments section.
Mic input XLR no phantom. Good quality guitar input Y Loop Volume (only by resample) Input Volume (on mic, not needed on instrument) Replace/Substitute N Metronome Y (can be silent) Polyrhythmic loops Y (by sync to metronome) Mix Down Y (via Re-sample) Comments Many pre and post fx, but only one of each at a time. Foot pedal for fx control, or swell. Loop and FX both sync-able to tap-time metronome. FX not synced to loop. Perhaps there should be a sound quality rating?? ***** No noticeable change in sound **** Good enough in studio, with care. *** Gig-able ** Try it out * Lo-fi glory in which case the VDL-1 is definitely a ****, maybe a ***** andy