Our TimeLine delay pedal provides you with twelve different delay machines, each with extensive control over sonic character and feel. Under the hood is a 30-second stereo looper, which can be routed pre- or post-delay—allowing you to record delay to your loop, or saturate your recorded loop in echoey goodness. When in TimeLine’s looper mode, you can access Record/Overdub, Play, and Stop for a fun and effortless looping experience.
Want to take more control over your loops?
MultiSwitch gives you remote control of TimeLine’s looper, allowing instant access to Record/Overdub, Play, and Stop. When you enter TimeLine’s looper mode, MultiSwitch unlocks three additional looping features: Reverse, Half Speed, and Undo/Redo. Gain full control over TimeLine’s looper in a simple, compact format—without the need for a separate power supply. Just plug it in with the included 1/4″ TRS cable and go. MultiSwitch gives you more control to use looping as part of your live performance, as a songwriting tool, to create live looping ambient soundscapes, or for improvisational jam sessions.
Looping with TimeLine and MultiSwitch
I thought it would be fun to put together a video series demonstrating some of the sounds you can create when using TimeLine’s looper alongside MultiSwitch. Part 1 gives you the basic rundown on how to set up MultiSwitch, with several guitar looping examples highlighting the added looping functionality. Part 2 explores the Reverse function, as well as using TimeLine’s looper alongside a vintage keyboard. Part 3 takes you on a quick tour of using TimeLine to enhance your vocals (with a little beatboxing thrown in).
PART 1 – How to set up MultiSwitch / Guitar Looping Examples
PART 2 – Reverse Looping Example / Vintage Keyboard Looping Example
Part 3 – Using TimeLine looper with vocals
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