New iOS Looper Designed For ‘Drastic’ Mangling

poolpFlart Studio has introduced Poolp – a new iPhone looper that features 3 loopers, 3 send effects and 2 global fx, all tweakable.

Poolp is designed to let you to record your own samples and change them in ‘drastic’ ways.

Features:

  • 3 synchronised loopers
  • independant record length (1, 2, 4 bars and free) for each looper
  • independant direction and speed (0.25, 0.5, 1, 2) for each looper
  • one low pass filter for each looper
  • volume and pan for each looper
  • 3 send effects: Reverb, Delay, Distortion
    2 Master effects: EQ, Autopan
  • Audio input and resample (pre/ post effects)
  • adjustable gain
  • adjustable loop points per sample (trim)
  • adjustable count in (‘record in 2 steps, 4 steps, or immediately)
  • Audio paste
  • Audiobus
  • global performance recorder

Here’s a video demo of Poolp in action: Continue reading

New Looping App For iOS – Everest Audio Looper

audio-looper-iosDeveloper Glowgraph has introduced Everest Audio Looper for iOS – a new app that lets you record, play, and remix audio loops in real-time, on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

According to the company, “Everest puts the power of four road-worthy, independently controlled, self-synchronizing samplers in the palm of your hand.”

Here are the details: Continue reading

Loopy: Masterpiece Edition Walkthrough 3: Bindings

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Here’s the third and final video in developer Michael Tyson‘s development preview of Loopy: Masterpiece Edition.

Tyson, developer of Loopy and AudioBus, is starting development of a new ‘Masterpiece Edition’ of his Loopy software looper for iOS. It will incorporate DAW-like features, including a linear timeline view, track automation and more. Continue reading

Loopy: Masterpiece Edition Sneak Preview – Import and Track Settings

Michael Tyson, the developer of Loopy and Audiobus, is working on a new ‘Masterpiece Edition’ of Loopy that promises to take it into DAW territory.

He is blogging the development of the new edition on Tumblr, and looking for input on his design plans from Loopy users.  Continue reading