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TC Electronic Announces Ditto Jam X2 Looper Pedal

TC Electronic Ditto Jam X2 Looper PedalTC Electronic has expanded their line of looping pedals with the Ditto Jam X2 Looper. Central to the new design is their BeatSense algorithm, which uses built-in microphones to track and sync to your band’s rhythmic elements and keep your loop track from drifting. “This makes live looping more interesting than ever and infinitely more intuitive, giving guitarists the ability to improvise loops organically, while keeping them tight in a live context. No do-overs necessary,” the company explains.

The pedal also uses BeatSense in practice mode to allow for speeding up or slowing down your loop track without losing sound quality. A tap tempo footswitch allows for adjusting your loop on the fly. The Ditto Jam X2 also let you toggle between record-then-play or record-then-overdub functionalities. Other features include 24-bit uncompressed audio, true bypass, and unlimited overdubs.

The TC Electronic Ditto Jam X2 Looper is available for preorder with a street price of $199.99.

TC Electronic Ditto Jam X2 Looper Pedal Features:

Intuitive looper pedal with first ever intelligent loop synchronization that responds to your band
Innovative responsive BeatSense technology automatically adjusts loop tracks to your beat
Choose between Record-then-Play or Record-then-Overdub functionalities
Unlimited overdubs and undo/redo for total creative freedom
Dual built-in mics accurately track band tempo by focusing only on rhythmic elements
Included clip-on mic attaches to percussion instruments for total rhythmic precision
Dedicated stop button for easy control of loop endings
Analog-Dry-Through maintains total integrity of analog dry signal path even when looper is engaged
24-bit uncompressed audio for ultimate sound quality
True bypass allows for optimum clarity and zero high-end loss when the pedal is off
Sturdy die-cast metal case designed for life on the road
3-Year Warranty Program
Designed and engineered in Denmark