This video is a double feature – a review with pros and cons of both Aeros Loop Studio and the BeatBuddy drum machine from Singular Sound. Each can be used independently, but they can also sync with each other over MIDI.
Aeros is a multi-track, multipart stereo looper: Multi-track means it can record up to 6 different-length layers in parallel, and multi-part means you can record several parts of a song, like a verse, chorus and bridge.
Beat Buddy is a pedal-based drum machine designed to make fills and part selection easy with a single tap of your foot or hand.
Here’s the full review of both instruments:
1:10 AEROS LOOP STUDIO
2:40 The Setup
3:30 2×2 workflow
5:20 Part sync
6:15 6×6 workflow
7:50 The mixer
9:15 Freeform loops
12:30 Pros & cons
15:05 How to use it
16:50 Drum sets
20:55 BB Manager
22:10 Pros & cons
23:10 Outro jam
4 thoughts on “Full Review: Aeros Looper and BeatBuddy by Singular Sound”
Can you explain how to configure the beatbuddy and Aeros Looper so that the Aeros will record the beats from the beatbuddy?
you could just plug it’s audio into the looper, or through a mixer if you wanted something else in the loop as well – I’ve not tried it though…
Can you use a microphone with this thing? Because I play saxophone, piano and guitar. Thanks!
it will probably not have enough gain directly