Ableton users may be interested in a new pedal board created by KB Devices based in Paris, France designed specifically for the Ableton music application. The aptly named State Of The Loop pedal board allows you to map up to 4 parameters for each pedal.
The creator of the State Of The Loop pedal board explained more about its inspiration. “For a long time, I have been working with guitar players who wanted to record loops, and I always felt it had to be done inside Live, as there is a looper included. But how could they record loops on my computer while I was on the other side of the stage? About one year ago, I was training an artist that uses a guitar looper. He was telling me he wished he could use Ableton as a looper instead of his hardware pedal but he didn’t want to be looking at this computer.”
“When a Looper is selected, only its Pedals are active. This « dynamic mapping » is different to MIDI mapping, where your 2 expression pedals have a « static » mapping and will control only 2 parameters. State of the Loop is very easy to use : all you need to do is to load an Audio Rack preset that contains a Looper and a Max For Live device. The State of the Loop controller will automatically detect the device and connect to the Looper.” Watch the demonstration video below to learn more.
The State Of The Loop pedal board is now available to back via Kickstarter from €280 or roughly £251 with worldwide shipping expected to take place sometime around April 2019. For more details, specifications and demonstrations jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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