With Volante’s Sound-on-Sound (SOS) looper, you can record audio loops of up to 64 seconds depending on the setting of the SPEED switch. Higher SPEED settings result in higher fidelity recordings, while lower SPEED settings yield lower fidelity recordings. All audio received at the input(s) along with any delay repeats in the audio buffer can be recorded to Volante’s looper.
SOS Recording Time
To start using the SOS looper, you must first put Volante into SOS looper mode.
Recording a Loop
Infinite Hold – Disables the Record head and continuously plays the loop length audio without overdubs or audio degradation.
Once you have spliced out, your loop will immediately play back from the ‘In’ splice point. The record head will still be active so anything you play at this point will also overdub on top of the loop playing back. Also, the audio of the loop will degrade with each full pass. You can engage the Infinite Hold to disable overdubs and prevent the loop from degrading.
REVERSE – Reverses the playback direction of the recorded loop from the moment the function is engaged.
PAUSE – Stops/Starts the playback of the recorded loop.