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Pigtronix Unveils the Infinity 3 Looper

Pigtronix Infinity 3

A full-featured looper that sports instantaneous record, playback, dub, undo and redo on two stereo loop pairs that can be played in series or parallel as well as synchronized and cue'd for automatic playback.

Pigtronix is welcoming in the summer with two new products: Infinity 3 and Universal Remote.


Infinity 3 is the world's most musical looping pedal. Simple to operate, yet tremendously powerful and flexible, the Infinity 3 guarantees latency-free looping. Our state-of-the-art platform provides instantaneous record, playback, dub, undo and redo, on two stereo loop pairs that can be played in series or parallel as well as synchronized and cue'd for automatic playback. On top of superior speed and a unique, performance-friendly feature set, Infinity 3 sounds downright incredible thanks to its discrete analog limiter stages, transparent analog pass-through and 24 bit HD recording engine with variable sample rate that can be incremented in semitones over two octaves. With approximately 3 hours of recording time on up to 50 loop pairs, the Infinity 3 was designed to inspire compositional depth and engaging performances. Comprehensive MIDI control and intelligent MIDI clock jitter correction provide the ability to link the Infinity 3 to a DAW, Drum Machine or other effects pedals. Infinity 3 is the ultimate tool for writing, rehearsing and performing every style of music. The Infinity 3 retails for $419 US MAP.

Pigtronix Infinity 3 | Hi-Fi Stereo Double Looper | Official Demo

Universal Remote is a passive controller with three momentary footswitches that is compatible with a wide range of digital effects pedals from Pigtronix as well as other top manufacturers, allowing you to explore the full extent of your most robust effects. When connected to an effects pedal using a standard TRS ¼" cable, Universal Remote can perform three independent functions: Left footswitch shorts the Tip to Sleeve, the Right footswitch shorts the Ring to Sleeve and the Center footswitch shorts both Tip and Ring to Sleeve simultaneously. Housed in a sleek and durable brushed aluminum chassis with laser-etched graphics. The Universal Remote retails for $79 US MAP.

Available now at select dealers worldwide.

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