Ditto Jam X2 Looper - Is it normal that the recorded loop speeds up and down?

Ditto Jam X2 Looper - Is it normal that the recorded loop speeds up and down?

The Ditto Jam X2 Looper is designed so that it will automatically adjust the tempo of your recorded loop to match the tempo that is being sent to it via either the built in 'room-sense' microphones or an external microphone. This signal however is required to be present at all times in order for the loops to be matched correctly. If the input signal is turned off / stops during loop playback then this will mean that the unit will start to listen to itself which can in turn change the tempo. 

If an input signal is not required for looping then it is recommend to switch the unit to 'Practise Mode' which will remove the beat-sense / external microphones. 

To cycle through the Loop modes, quickly double tap and hold the STOP footswitch for ~2 seconds. While your foot is on the STOP footswitch, the LOOP footswitch LED will flash briefly to confirm a successful mode change:

• 1 green LOOP flash = Classic loop mode
• 2 green LOOP flashes = BeatSense mode
• Red LOOP flashing continuously = Practice mode

You can confirm the current mode at any time by observing the STOP LED behavior:
• STOP LED off = Classic mode
• STOP LED solid green or flashing at tempo = BeatSense mode
• STOP LED solid red or flashing at guitar input tempo = Practice mode

The current loop mode will be retained on next power-up.

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