What is a looper microphone? (From Sonuus.com)
A looper microphone works just like a normal microphone, but lets you record what you sing, replay it in a loop and sing over it.
Beatboxing is very cool, but takes years to perfect. Acappella singing is beautiful, but you can’t do harmonies on your own. With the Loopa you will be knocking out beatbox rhythms faster than ever before, and performing complete acappella songs before you know it.
The Loopa makes it super-easy to record a loop and sing over it. This lays the foundations for a great performance.
Beatboxers create complex rhythms by quickly making different sounds. This is hard to do, and takes a lot of practice. Using the Loopa you can record a simple beat and loop it. Then add more sounds on top of it. Very quickly you end up with a complex rhythm. As a beginner, it’s a great way to start beatboxing. As an accomplished artist, it lets you expand your performance even further.
But the Loopa isn’t just for singers. If you can make a noise, you can loop it. Hit it, bang it, loop it!
Eric, data management 101, as they say in the fillum industry, Wrangle the data and do three backups, not drag and drop copies, go through the save mode for each one, if you’re capturing in camera audio stream a signal to a separate audio recorder, and the best resolution for video sync is 48K. Thanks for the demo Warren, not a product for the vocally challenged, could be cat scratch Karaoke.