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Old 04-02-2016, 09:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Boss RC-300, looping vocals with focusrite 2i2?

Hey everyone!

I know the Boss RC-300 is a bit ambitious as my first pedal but i just really feel like it suits me needs. I'm seriously cosidering buying the boss rc-300 at a reasonabel price(335 euros.. it cousts around 535 euros NP), cause i feel like it suits my needs. It has 16 awesome guitar pedal effects(so i feel like i get a lot of my basic guitar-effect-needs satisfied and it can loop both vocal and guitar + more at the same time! The only thing i have to know is, whether i can hook it up to my focusrite 2i2 while looping vocals?

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Old 04-02-2016, 09:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't see why not. It has two 1/4 inch input jacks. The two inputs are XLR-TRS so they accept both microphone and guitar jacks. The RC-300 has USB connection too, so that is another way you can connect to your computer too.
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Default Boss RC-300 (Do i need PA?)

Do i need a PA to hear my vocals while using the Boss RC-300 or can i just plug my microphone in the RC-33 and then the headphones directly to the pedal as well and then i can hear my vocals in the headphones? (sorry if this is a stupid question but i'm really dumb and new at all this technique when it comes to music...)

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There are a few videos about the RC-300. Some are made by amateurs and their presentation may be the best production possible, but they probably contain information you might find useful.

"First Boss Rc-300 Review, Tutorial and walkthrough"
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