I do respect all the work you guys have put into the Aeros. I get that it’s a lot of code and it takes time. I think that it does what it does very well at this point. The quality is high. That means a lot.
That said, I’m actually considering getting the new electro harmonix 1440. While it doesn’t do multi track, or multi section, it does unlimited loop length (up to 20 minutes which is the maximum time of the looper), reverse, half speed, double speed, and quantized tape style (not granular) pitch shifting by the semi tone. It syncs to midi and it’s stereo. It also can transfer loops to and from the computer via usb. And it’s less than 1/2 the price of the Aeros.
I would prefer that you convince me not to get it because Aeros will soon have these features. I want to love the Aeros, and it’s multi track functionality is awesome, but without these essential features (speed, reverse, and unlimited loop time) it’s really just not up to par with creative looping. Lots of inexpensive loopers have speed and reverse. How much longer are we going to have to wait for these features? They were listed as in the production timeline when I bought this thing over a year ago. That was a major part of why I bought it. If you can at least give us a realistic answer regarding what you mean by med - long term (in approximate months even) that would help some of us to know if we are willing to wait any longer…