Repeater Goes Loopy as Electrix Release

Electrix finally release their anticipated loop based recorder.      21/08/01



Electrix have now sent the Repeater out into the world. As a result, you will soon be able to pick up a Repeater from your local retailer. Electrix brings their award winning “Hands On” interface and cutting edge DSP technology to loop based recording. Repeater features MIDI sequencer style control of your audio loops by offering independent, real time, manipulation over tempo, key and track offset. Repeater has a Suggested Retail Price of $749. Repeater offers musicians at all levels the ability to record, arrange and remix their music with real-time control over their loops and samples. Quickly establish the groove of your song by instantly grabbing perfect drum loops. Overdub unlimited guitar lines. Add keyboards or vocals and change the tempo or key without losing audio quality. Sync your loop to any source using MIDI clock or Audio Beat Detection. Repeater uses CompactFlash media for easy memory expansion (up to 50 minutes of record time) as well as Mac/PC compatibility. Lisa Tyner, Sales and Marketing Manager, says “This has been an enormous project for Electrix. Repeater is a revolutionary product that required a great deal of technological innovation. We are extremely proud of the end result and pleased to be able to offer our customers such a significant recording tool. I would like to thank all of our distributors, dealers and customers for their unending patience and support during this waiting period.”

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