Pigtronix Infinity Looper Pedal

Dual-stereo Looper Pedal with Analog Limiter, Discrete AUX Output, Sample-accurate MIDI Sync, and Multiple Looping Modes
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A Versatile Looper for Any Live Rig!

Feeling loopy? Pigtronix's Infinity looper pedal puts studio-style looping at the feet of your guitar rig. Actually, you don't have to be a guitarist to kick your creative juices into high gear with this remarkable looper. Loaded with truly unique controls and sample-accurate sync capabilities, you'll find tons of great ways to use the Infinity with your bass, keyboard, or DJ rig, and live DAW. And no looper (pedal or otherwise) that's come before the Infinity has been as easy to integrate into your full band setup. Step up your game with a Pigtronix Infinity looper pedal from Sweetwater!

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Pedal at a Glance:
  • Does everything you'd expect a looper pedal to do, only better
  • 2.0 firmware update adds significant new features
  • Clever signal-routing options make this the easiest looper to use with a band
  • Freakishly powerful sync options provide you with tons of flexibility onstage
Does everything you'd expect a looper pedal to do, only better

Before we start exploring the fancy bells and whistles the Pigtronix Infinity looper pedal has to offer, let's take a look at its basic, fundamental looping functions. The basic operation of the Infinity is remarkably simple. You get two stereo loops, whose size is only limited by the capacity of the SD card you stick in it (though chances are that you won't find yourself needing more space than it comes with). Each loop gives you seamless record, playback, overdub, undo, and redo functions, so you've got a ton of options right at your feet. Once you've laid down a loop, the Sync Multi control lets you lay down a second loop anywhere from 1-6 times the length of the loop you just recorded. What's more, you can choose to run the loops either in parallel (like most loopers) or in series, making it easy to lay down complex grooves and build up songs quickly.

Infinity Looper 2.0 Firmware Update! Significant New Features:
  • 50 presets - Up to 100 loops maximum
  • Minimum Loop Time - 10ms shortest loop
  • Alternate Remote Switch options - Stutter, instant erase, Vari-speed
  • MIDI CC overhaul - Complete MIDI control of all functions and parameter selection
  • Vari-speed - Change pitch of Loops by any musical interval over three octave range
  • Reverse Playback - Each Loop can individually be toggled between forwards and reverse
  • Advanced expression pedal mapping - Foot control of Vari-speed, loop aging and loop volume
  • State-of-the-art "Active" MIDI Tracking - accurately track even the most unstable MIDI clock sources
Clever signal-routing options make this the easiest looper to use with a band

True to their remarkable ability to discern what musicians actually want/need, Pigtronix built the Infinity looper to be more than a fun practice tool, but rather a creative element you can easily work into your full live setup. For instance, its dual signal paths let you plug in two separate sources, sending one input to loop 1 and the other to loop 2. Since each loop can have its own discrete output, the Infinity can essentially act like two separate looper pedals sync'd together, allowing you and another member of the band to both lay down perfectly time-locked loops. Talk about flexible! And as if that wasn't enough, you also get an auxiliary output, which lets you send just the loop playback to your stage monitors, something that will probably cause your drummer to sigh with relief.

Freakishly powerful sync options provide you with tons of flexibility onstage

There's another side of the Pigtronix Infinity looper pedal that makes it even more useful to anyone who plays live with a DAW or sequencer, namely, its deadly accurate MIDI sync function. Boasting sample-accurate MIDI sync and the ability to accept MIDI clock start and stop messages, the Infinity lets you lock your looping to a wide range of sources. This is particularly cool if you use loop-based tracks via Ableton Live or some other similar DAW in your live performances. And since the Infinity looper records its audio in 24-bit/48kHz WAV format, you can transfer any loops you record to your studio rig to create advanced live setups or for use in your next album.

Pigtronix Infinity Looper Pedal Features:
  • The advanced, practical, and creative latency-free looper pedal your live show has been missing
  • Dual stereo looper pedal with easy-to-use record, overdub, undo, and redo functions
  • Sync Multi mode lets you set the length of loop 2 to 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 times the length of loop 1
  • Run your loops in parallel (standard) or in series to create complex grooves
  • Split inputs let you record separate instruments to either loop, each with its own discrete output
  • Expression pedal input lets you adjust the volume of each loop
  • Aux Loop Output lets you send just the looped audio to a separate monitor to keep the rest of the band in time
  • 5 x stop mode makes transitioning out of your loops seamless
  • Includes 9 x loop presets plus 1 x blank canvas
  • Sample-accurate MIDI clock sync accepts MIDI Clock start and stop messages, allowing you to lock your loops to your live DAW or sequencer
  • All loops recorded in 24-bit/48kHz studio-quality audio
  • Looping duration entirely dependent on size of internal SD card (included SD card provides hours of storage)
  • Onboard USB connectivity lets you upload and download your saved loops as well as to configure your presets
  • Circuit design by Howard Davis; sound design by David Koltai
Take your live show to the next level, with the Infinity looper pedal from Pigtronix!

Additional Media

Infinity Looper User Manual
Loopers, Delays and Groundhogs
Pigtronix Updates Infinity Looper to v2.0
Pigtronix Infinity Looper Firmware Update
Pigtronix Infinity Looper Firmware Update
Pigtronix Infinity Looper

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Looper
Total Looping Time Dependent on Size of SD Card
Maximum Loops 2 x Stereo
Power Supply Included Yes
Height 1.5"
Depth 4.6"
Width 7.4"
Manufacturer Part Number SPL

Customer Reviews

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The Perfect Looper!!!

I'm very happy I got the Infinity Looper. I've been looping live for over 10 years using boss rc20,rc300,and boomerang. I recently tested others, but the Pigtronix stole my heart. It's easy to use live, sounds great, stores presets, has computer app, small footprint and midi. It syncs perfectly to midi clock. You can also control all features within the pedal through midi. I got the footswitch also...a must have. Thanks to Sweetwater for their help.
Music background: Professional Guitarist and Recording Engineer

Awesome sound!

Sound is sooo good! I haven't used the MIDI interface, but everything else works great. I love being able so plug in a bass and a guitar and send the bass loop to a bass amp, and have the guitar loop go the the guitar amp. Sweet!

The best of it's kind

I've had EHX 2880 and been waiting for Infinity since the announcement. 2880 is a great pedal, but Pigtronix guys really managed to pack everything nicely. Infinity is so compact, so usable, so quiet and the sound is great. I especially like the the SYNC MULTI feature, and the fact that you can run everything "from foot" without auxiliary foot controllers. Multiple loops can be stored which turns this pedal into a great small digital recorder for live performances (the number of banks is configurable!) The pedal is absolutely quiet, the sound is very warm and analog. And this is not everything you have!
Music background: Hobbyist

Keeps the promises

I rushed to get this because I was not satisfied with the functionalities of my Boss RC-30. And, indeed, the Infinity looper delivers both in terms of handling and sound. The handling is very intuitive: Pigtronix really has done its homework on thinking about the work flow when using a looper in a life situation, the times of tap dancing are over (having 3 instead of 2 footswitches really helps). I particularly like the serial loop mode, which allows to create chorus/verse structures on the fly. The only thing I miss is a trail mode for switching between serial loops: currently, loops are switched instantly once the footswitch is pressed, there is apparently no option to have the transition delayed until the end of the loop (for synced serial loops) - well, perhaps something to consider for a software update.The sound is excellent, a noticeable improvement against the RC-30. So overall I am very happy with the buy, the only thing left now is getting my time right ...
Music background: Hobbyist

Best new looper

Just like another reviewer I bought this looper as soon as it came out. I own a Gibson Digital Echoplex but was always disappointed with the inferior tone of the looped sound. The Pigtronix looper has pristine digital sound and with my acoustic guitar I cannot tell a difference between the looped sound quality and the unprocessed sound. It is a joy to play and is finally a great looper for live performances. I also love the fact that you can record loops at home and load them in for a concert. My only wish is that it had a small display where you could see the name of a particular loop that is loaded (but overall I am very pleased... 5 stars)
Music background: amateur musician (fingerstyle guitar)

Sweetwater Advice

James Masterson

The Pigtronix Infinity Looper was my first step into the looping world. Inside of my first hour with it, I created all sorts of looped bass riffs that I never would have imagined previously. I've thrown some really deep stacks of riffs into the Infinity, and it just keeps going. It's very easy to use (as is the included software for uploading and offloading audio), and has pushed me to take a whole new approach to songwriting. I absolutely love it!
See also: Loop Pedals, Pigtronix, Pigtronix Loopers