I've noticed that whenever I am using the looper function, the sound that comes out actually sounds significantly clearer and punchier compared to playing real time! It also sounds much more natural and responsive, and having tube-like qualities, which I couldn't achieve with playing real time.
Now this isn't exactly a huge problem, but it would be great if I could actually achieve the same looper tone as I could in playing real time.
Any solutions to how as to address this issue? The looper tone is what i really crave for and I am only able to get it through looping now! How close am I! I suspect it might be the order my looper is in the FX chain.
Any responses will be appreciated