New App, TF Looper, Inspired By Hardware Looping Pedals

ipad-looper-appDreamUpApps has released a new app, TF Looper, inspired by hardware looping pedals.

TF Looper works standalone or with input devices such as Apogee Jam for better sound.


  • Low-latency sound engine makes looping a breeze
  • Straight-forward workflow and interface akin to dedicated hardware loopers
  • Undo functionality
  • Trigger recording on input for easier recording of instruments
  • Automatic quantization of loops for fuss-free recording
  • Unlimited overdubbing
  • Fade previous overdubs option to create a continuous looping soundscape
  • Octave-down and octave-up on individual channels
  • Stop tracks anytime, play them again and they will synchronise to other tracks in time
  • Included limiter and noise reduction
  • Stop-all channels / Start-all channels function for breaking it down

Here’s a demo of TF Looper in action:

TF Looper is designed for both iPhone and iPad. The developer says that Audiobus Support coming soon.

TF Looper is available in the App Store for US $4.99.

11 thoughts on “New App, TF Looper, Inspired By Hardware Looping Pedals

  1. hmm, cool.
    been looping stuff for more than 25 years, so i have some thoughts.
    if the dev reads this, please add:

    1. reverse
    2. possibility to change speed by different increments than just half/double
    3. possibility to change pitch by different increments than just octave up/down
    4. ability to have loops in/out of sync

    1. interesting that people will dislike a respectful note that requests more useful features. i really don’t understand people.

    2. Hi Steubig,

      Thanks for the feedback, will definitely consider adding these in.
      Currently I am working on Audiobus support, followed by MIDI support for external controllers as these are the 2 most requested features.


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