You can now save up to 99 different loops within the Ditto+.

Denmark (June 25, 2020) -- DITTO+ Looper takes the original Ditto Looper that we all know and love and expands it with a few new features.

Lightning in a bottle

You never know when inspiration might strike and the next epic riff rears its beautiful face.

When that divine hammer stroke of genius hits you square in the ear, you simply have to be ready to catch it.

DITTO+’s extensive memory bank with 99 slots is like a personal library to store your loop sessions, making your songwriting process much more intuitive. Now you can easily record your thundering riffs, or store your favorite backing-tracks to solo over!

Dynamically DITTO+

The groundbreaking Extend Loop Mode lets you put longer overdubs on top of shorter loops by stacking the short ones together side by side.

Imagine you’ve cooked up a cool little progression over a few bars and you’re about to rip a sweet riff on top of it, now you don't have to worry about your riff being cut short.

When you start the overdub, DITTO+ will repeat the first loop until you’re done and sew it all together into one tasty track.

Time is on your side

There’s nothing worse than running out of road, when you’re getting in the groove and the licks starts flowing.

With an hour of high-resolution looping available, DITTO+ always has time for you.

In fact, you could probably fit in all your loop sessions for live performances as well as a whole mess of practice tracks whilst still coming out with plenty of time left on your ticker.

Precious, Imported goods

There’s nothing more refreshing than a quick face-melting session in between procrastinations!

We’d all love to play with actual musicians but for most of us it’s hard to have a band ready in your room for whenever you’ve got a 15-minute hole in your schedule.

DITTO+ lets you import premade loop sessions and backing tracks for such an occasion!

Just pick your jam and rock out!


  • 99 loop session capacity
  • 60-minute recording time
  • Original DITTO Looper mode available
  • Groundbreaking Extend loop mode
  • Auto Cue for easy wrap-around timing
  • Import/export loop sessions and backing tracks via USB
  • Unlimited overdubs + undo/redo
  • Hi-Res color display

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