Developer Cem Olcay has introduced LoopBud, a new MIDI Recorder & looper app for iOS.
LoopBud is designed to be simple, but powerful, letting you work with unlimited patterns, with an unlimited number of bars in each pattern.
The App has two record modes, Add mode and New mode:
- The “add mode” keeps adding new notes on each loop-cycle.
- The “new mode” clears out the previous recording and lets you record freshly on each cycle.
Once you’ve recorded a loop, you can choose to quantize it (by default) or toggle quantizing off. You can also set the level of quantization from the settings menu.
Note: LoopBud is not an audio app, it’s a MIDI app. You need to connect a MIDI input and a MIDI output for LoopBud to work. You can run it standalone, or as an Audio Unit plugin with AUv3 host apps, like AUM, Cubase, BeatMaker, apeMatrix and NanoStudio.
Pricing and Availability
LoopBud is available now for $4.99.