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Andy from ProGuitarShop and ToneReport.com shows how to capture riffs with the WireTap Riff Recorder from TC Electronic. The WireTap records whatever you feed into and features up to eight hours of internal recording time. The operation of the WireTap couldn’t be simpler, you press the bypass switch to record and again to stop. Once it’s recorded, you can play it back with the onboard play button or record more ideas and use the arrow buttons to cycle through them. The Wiretap can be placed at the end of your pedalboard to capture any effects you have turned on or at the beginning for an unprocessed sound that can be re-amped later using your DAW. To take it to the next level, the Wiretap App opens up a whole new world of creating and sharing ideas. By pairing up via Bluetooth, the Wiretap will send recordings straight to your device and show the waveform as its recording and even auto generate memorable filenames. From there you can edit, tag, and quickly share with other bandmates when inspiration strikes. The creative potential of the WireTap is limitless, allowing solo artists to preload a whole performance using different instruments or your bass player could finally phone in that gig and hand off a Wiretap loaded with all the basslines for the show. The free WireTap app also contains a high-quality recorder utilizing your phone’s mic, giving you every possible chance to lay those ideas down, even when you’re away from your gear. Perhaps best of all, the WireTap is housed in an ultra-compact enclosure that is wired for true bypass.