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Using Undo/Redo Creatively; Stopping Loop Playback/Recording; Deleting The Loop; Storing The Loop - TC Electronic DITTO LOOPER User Manual

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Using Undo/Redo creatively

Undoing and redoing overdubs can be used for more than just
correcting mistakes. You can make your performance more in-
teresting by removing and bringing back sections. Here is a simple
example:
– Record a bass line (loop cycle 1).
– Record some chords (loop cycle 2).
– Record a melody (loop cycle 3).
– Press and hold the footswitch to remove the melody. Impro-
vise or record something else.
– Press and hold the footswitch again to bring back the previ-
ously recorded melody.
Please note that undoing or redoing by using the footswitch is only
possible during playback. Holding down the footswitch after stop-
ping loop playback/recording will delete the loop!

Stopping loop playback/recording

– To stop loop playback or recording, press the footswitch twice
in short succession.
The LED will start flashing in green to indicate that your loop
is still in memory and ready for playback.
Working with loops: Undo & Redo / Stopping / Deleting loops
Stopping loop playback/recording
and deleting the loop
– To stop loop playback/recording and delete everything you
have recorded, press the footswitch twice in short succession
and hold down your foot on the second tap.
The LED will turn off to indicate that the loop has been de-
leted. At this point, you can start recording loops from scratch
again.
Deleting the loop when you are
not recording or playing back
– To delete everything you have recorded, press the footswitch
twice in short succession and hold down your foot on the
second tap.
The LED will turn off to indicate that the loop has been de-
leted.
When you delete your loop from Ditto Looper, the device
goes into True Bypass mode.
Storing the current loop
When you power down Ditto Looper and a loop is in memory,
it will be stored automatically. When you power up Ditto Looper
again, the LED will flash in green, indicating your previously re-
corded loop is available. Just hit the footswitch, and playback will
start. If you want to start from scratch, delete the loop as de-
scribed in the previous paragraph.
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