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I'm helping an artist friend with an exhibition, where we need to be able to loop an audio seamlessly for 3 days.
I would normally use Ableton live for this, but the nature of the space dictates that a computer would be impossible to hide..
Is seamless looping possible with an mp3 player? I mean a cheap one from the corner electronics shop.
I know that there are issues regarding looping with MP3s (but it all seems to do with looping in a playback engine/ game), but there must be a way to do this.
Tomorrow I will go out and look for a MiniDisc player and give it a try.
Also, I suppose a cheap loop pedal or a cheap sampler might be an option too, but that put's it out of my 'client's' budget.
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Not sure, but you do get seamless loop cd players which are reasonably small like this Numark. I imagine they're pretty solid too as that's what they are designed for. That one is about £128. Probably out of your budget, but maybe you could get a secondhand bargain.