Electro-Harmonix 1440 Stereo Looper Offers 24 Minutes Of Audio, MIDI Support, Saving

Electro-Harmonix has introduced the EHX 1440 Stereo Looper, a new hardware stereo looping effect that provides 1440 seconds of uncompressed stereo recording time, plus the ability to store 20 different loops.

The EHX 1440 Stereo Looper supports unlimited overdubbing, syncing to external MIDI, variable tempo playback, computer loop management and more.

Loop management:

Features:

  • 24 Minutes of Uncompressed 24-bit/44.1kHz audio with unlimited overdubs
  • Performance features like Undo-Redo, 1 Shot playback, Adjustable loop fadeout time, and Reverse/Octave speed effects
  • Footswitch selectable for Stop, Reverse/Octave effects or Loop Retrigger
  • Loop synchronization to external MIDI Clock
  • A USB connection for download and upload of loop audio flies with the custom EHX1440 Loop Manager app for Mac and Windows
  • Programmable looping order: REC/PLAY/DUB or REC/DUB/PLAY
  • Comes equipped with an EHX 9.6DC200mA power supply

Pricing and Availability

The EHX 1440 Stereo Looper is available now for $221.30.

9 thoughts on “Electro-Harmonix 1440 Stereo Looper Offers 24 Minutes Of Audio, MIDI Support, Saving

  1. i always feel like the selling point that loopers push is length when I would much rather have advanced syncing and triggering capabilities with simplified controls, even if I am using it for guitar

  2. The Midi could really be a dealbraker, there are hardly any (affordable) loopers that can be synced with other gear – leaving some proprietary formats aside (digitechs JamMans can be party linked, but the protocol is far not as open as Midi).

  3. EHX always has ace guitarists in their demos, which is cool. I have the 720 Looper and it does a nice job thanks to its good DSP engine. This new one has lots of bells & whistles which you may, or may not need.

  4. I like the old joke about a delay with a time so long, you can hear the design team working on the prototype. Ha.

    If you’re a guitarist, its probably as easy to pile up EH pedals as it is for someone to go bonkers on Eurorack modules. The number of very capable temptations is yuge. Excellent demo, too.

  5. Generally hard to get excited about guitar playing in demos but damn, Tom did an amazing job. I’m guessing at least a few of the examples took several takes because of the way he “nailed it” smiles afterwards! Love it. Way to go, Tom.

  6. What are your thoughts on this versus the Boomerang 3? I have a boomerang +, it’s good for demo quality in it’s current state, it’s seen a lot of use over the years and I need an upgrade.

    Price + midi seems like a win.

    1. I have the Boomerang III and this EHX thing looks really, really dumb. No dedicated buttons to quickly control the different loops? I guarantee this pedal will not sound better than 48khz on the Boomerang. If you’re having sound quality issues I’d suggest looking elsewhere in your signal chain.

      I made this entire album using the Boomerang in combination with other pedals (no computers): https://circlinglights.bandcamp.com

      EHX had a real shot at making the perfect looper with the 95000, but they didn’t implement unsynced loops.

      1. That’s just it, I run instruments into the boomerang and then run the boomerang out to the amp, if I remove the boomerang and run the instrument straight to amp the problem is gone, with that being said your suggestion of looking elsewhere in the signal chain doesn’t help, the boomerang is the problem. Why? Because it has been gigged for donkeys years and adjusting the trim doesn’t remedy the issue anymore. Ground loop hum, I’d rather retire it and upgrade. Thanks for your thoughts, cheers!

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