Say Hello to Your New Favorite Looper
The Pigtronix Infinity 2 Looper Pedal takes the ultra-low-latency looping engine of the original Infinity looper and squeezes it into a compact, user-friendly stompbox. The Infinity 2 lets you harness two independent stereo loops for a verse/chorus workflow. The Infinity 2 has full-range high-headroom inputs that accept mono and stereo instrument-level signals as well as line-level signals. Pair its impressive stereo I/O capabilities with versatile control parameters and innovative effects, and you’ve got yourself a seriously capable looper. The Pigtronix Infinity 2 Looper Pedal gives you the tools to create expressive performances that your audience will love.
Loop boundary functionality
The Pigtronix Infinity 2 offers incredible functionality for such a petite pedal. It all acts on one rule of thumb — most actions you trigger are automatically applied at the boundaries of the current loop. This eliminates the need for spot-on timing to switch between loops or stopping your loop at the correct time. You'll be surprised at the way the Infinity 2 turbo-charges your workflow and makes it easy to build full songs. At Sweetwater, we’ve discovered that you can program the Stop, Fade, and Octave functions to take place immediately or at the loop boundary.
Use the Decay control for constant loop evolution
The Infinity 2 only has two knobs — Volume and Decay. The Volume control allows you to set the perfect level for your loop. However, when you play with the Decay control, things start to get interesting. The Decay knob causes loop audio to fade out during overdubbing. When you set the knob as far as you can clockwise, the Infinity 2 will behave like a standard looper with all layers at full volume for the duration of your session. But when you crank the knob as far as you can counter-clockwise, each overdub disappears after a single loop cycle. Between the two extremes, the Decay setting creates a continuously evolving loop that is sure to spice up your practice sessions and performances.