Thank you Persist.
Before posting here I searched google “pigtronix infinity varispeed” and I found only one 2016 thread on singular sound forum about that problem. Anyway I try to search on your suggested link, I really hope to find some answers and solutions there…
Is it normal that in series mode I can’t arm the loops?
They play the loop directly so, for example, when I want to delete the loop I push the related footswitch and for a moment the loop start before I quickly stop it and then delete it.
In parallel mode I can arm the loops so everything’s fine.
Anyway now the looper is synced well and there’s no pictch change so is a pure bliss play and compose with both beatbuddy and infinity! lol
maybe it will help you
In All mode, the STOP foot switch will stop playback on both loops. The ALL function also applies to the clear command. After selecting ALL, long holding the STOP switch will remove both loops. The ALL function also applies to the Play command. When the loop stops, pressing any footswitch will resume playback on both loops.
In the ARM mode, the STOP footswitch will only stop playback in the armed loop. The ARM function also applies to the delete command. (to stop both loops in ARM mode, press the Stop foot switch twice within 1 second). The ARM function also applies to the PLAY command. When the loops are stopped, pressing the loop footswitch will only resume playback of the current loop.
The issue IMO is that there is a bug in how the Infinity Looper treats the STOP when synced to MIDI vs. when it is not. It behaves as you expect when not synced, i.e. you are recording a loop and hit STOP because you want to end the loop without playing it. Then when you play the loop, pitch is normal. That is NOT what happens when you sync to midi AND (here’s the important part) the stop mode is set to TRAIL. In this case, I don’t know what Pigtronix thought anyone would use this for, but it’s worse than useless, which is why I think it is a bug. What you have to do is set “stop mode” to FULL; then it will behave as you want it to. it’s also a good idea to disable the clock from the BeatBuddy when it is stopped so that you can use the looper for songs that you want to loop on without the BB.
Using MIDI sync: set “stop mode” on Infinity to FULL.
Not using MIDI sync: use any stop mode you need.