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Boss RC-50


$500.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well developed MIDI capabilities, has a lot of functionality. Works with a wide range of other equipment, compatible with sequencers, digital recorders, etc. Saving WAV files is quick and easy.

The Boss RC-50 is a top-of-the-line loop station designed for those interested in live looping and sound manipulation. It features a seven-pedal design for editing phrases while also allowing users to play up to three stereo phrase tracks simultaneously.

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Additionally, the RC-50 sports a USB port for data/audio backup and for importing and exporting of loops as WAV files.

The RC-50 allows users to record a large amount of live audio with an ultra-long recording time of 49 minutes per phrase and 99 patches (three master loops per patch) while undo/redo functionality ensures optimal quality. To support its extensive recording capabilities, the RC-50 sports a stereo input, dual stereo output, an  XLR phantom-powered mic input and a stereo mini-jack Aux input for recording from MP3 players. Meanwhile, the RC-50's USB connectivity offers fast and simple exporting of recordings.

Features

  • 7 footswitches for intuitive control; realtime control of playback speed
  • Play up to 3 stereo phrase tracks simultaneously, all synced to an internal or MIDI clock
  • Ultra-long recording time (up to 49 min., mono), 99 patches (3 master loops per patch)
  • Undo/Redo function for recording and overdubbing
  • Center-cancellation feature, "flat" amplifier simulation feature
  • Stereo input, dual stereo output, XLR phantom-powered mic input, stereo mini-jack Aux input (for recording from an MP3 players, etc.)
  • USB port for data/audio backup, import/export of loops as WAV files

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    well developed MIDI capabilities, has a lot of functionality

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    works with a wide range of other equipment, compatible with sequencers, digital recorders, etc.

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    saving WAV files is quick and easy

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    works well in a live setting, has split-second response and is reliable

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    fairly compact design, doesn't take up much room on the floor

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    high enough audio quality to be used in a studio context

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    comes with a good selection of effects, often won't even need anything more

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    can be easily expanded with a second unit

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