The LP1 is the first hardware looper to offer 8 stereo tracks in a single box. Input to the box is through a pair of unbalanced line-level 1/4" connectors. Each output is also a pair of unbalanced 1/4" connectors. There are three outputs: main, auxiliary 1 and auxiliary 2. MIDI in, out and through are provided. An RJ45 connector is provided for ethernet network connectivity. An external power supply is provided.
Each track acts as an independent stereo looper. Tracks maybe synchronized or completely unrelated in time from each other. The LP1 can synchronize to an external MIDI clock and it can generate a MIDI clock based on the length of track 1. Total recording time is approximately 4.5 minutes of stereo recording.
The sampling rate is 44.1 kHz and the audio from each track can be exported to a computer or imported from a computer through the network interface. The sampling rate was chosen to allow transfer to and from CD without having to convert the sampling rate. Audio is stored as 32-bit integers internally and sampled at 24-bits.
Track manipulation includes but is not limited to: recording, muting, overdubbing, reversing, speed changing, scrambling, and bouncing output to new tracks.
The manual is available online at: http://www.looperlative.com/upgrades/lp1-user-manual-007.pdf
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A large image of the back can be seen at: