BOSS RC-10R Rhythm Loop Station Offers ‘Song-Based Looping’

At the 2019 Summer NAMM Show, BOSS has introduced the RC-10R Rhythm Loop Station, described as “a next-generation performance tool combining song-based looping and dynamic rhythms in a small footprint”.

The RC-10R features 280 onboard rhythm styles to choose from, and you can import your own SMF rhythms with dedicated Mac/Windows software and store them in 50 user locations. It also offers 16 different kits that let you transform the sound of a groove.

The RC-10R’s loop and rhythm engines can be used together or independently. You can create two independent loops with no rhythmic backing at all. It’s also possible to use the RC-10R as a foot-operated drum machine with real-time control over song sections and fills.

See the Boss site for details.

6 thoughts on “BOSS RC-10R Rhythm Loop Station Offers ‘Song-Based Looping’

  1. Damn, pedals have become like synths: put any 4 or 5 together and you have a starship. Scotty, I need more power! Sorry Cap’n, I’ve become too fat to reach the controls!

  2. How is the bass line already there when he switches to the chorus and plays rhythm? Pre programmed before shoot?

  3. He plucked the bass line right after laying down the riff. Unfortunately the camera shifted so we didn’t see the pedal hit but you can see him playing the bass line and then hitting the pedal. That was a excellent song for a product demo.

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