Loopa lets you sing to yourself

Recording vocals and then replaying them in a loop to sing over the top of can involve a complicated mix of hardware and software, and some technical know-how to bring them seamlessly together. UK-based Sonuus is looking to put loop control in a singer’s hands. The Loopa is billed as the world’s first microphone that puts loop and overdub controls on the mic itself…
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