At the 2015 NAMM Show, Electro-Harmonix debuted the 22500 Dual Stereo Looper.
The 22500 records high quality,
non-compressed audio direct to a removable SDHC card (4 to 32 GB). Each card holds up to 100 individual loops.
Includes an 8 GB card
for up to 13 hours of total recording time.
Here’s a video demo from the show, via Sound On Sound magazine:
- Dual Stereo Loops with either independent or locked loop lengths.
- Series Looping mode enables verse/chorus switching.
- Parallel Looping mode allows simultaneous playback of two loops.
- Selectable Microphone input with Phantom Power.
- Reverse and Octave functions at the touch of a button.
- Undo-Redo your last overdub or recording.
- Overdub with adjustable feedback amount.
- Quantize or non-quantize (free-running) modes.
- Rhythm Guide with built-in Drum Loops.
- USB Port enables backup/restore to PC or MAC.
- Programmable third Footswitch for Stop or Tap-Tempo.
- Optional external Bank-Up/Down Foot Controller (sold separately).
- Standard 9.6VDC 200mA power supply included.
10 thoughts on “Electro-Harmonix Intros 22500 Dual Stereo Looper”
You forgot to mention that the street price will be $276. Awesome pedal, I love EHX! 🙂
Thats an awesome price :3
I love EHX. This pedal will go well with my 2880 that I’ve had forever and still works flawlessly. Not too expensive like all their other offerings.
I got the 2880 also, great machine. But don’t know if you get them synced though. dident se an midi connector on the 22500. Maybe via usb or something. Loved the mic and phantom power add & the tempo shift w’out pitch shift. Have to try this one
I feel like they’re really missing out by not including either a midi in or out/thru for bpm… oh well
The 45000 has MIDI in/out if you need that… the 22500 is awesome anyway if you just need a reliable stereo looper or even master recorder. I plan to use it as a master recorder for my hardware sessions.
the rc30 does all this and more… No innovation here…
eh, not quite. It does a few different things but the rc-30 doesn’t do reverse or series looping.
Wow, great feature set at this price!
This looks fun. 😀