Audiomodern has introduced Loopmix, a “heavyweight multi-loop remixer” that comes with 1.5 Gb of factory library and is available for Windows, Mac & iPad.
Loopmix features an an array of devices and processors that slice, dice, rearrange, pitch, reverse and remix loops. You can load up to 6 loops and Loopmix generate infinite loop variations.
Here’s the official overview:
- Generate Loop Remixes
- Load your Own Sounds
- Unique Randomization Parameters
- 6 X Intelligent Sequencer Engines
- Mangle up to 6 Audio Loops
- Temporary Random Functionality
- Generate Infinite Patterns and Grooves
- Signature Infinity Mode
- Drag MIDI Stems & Pattern
- Drag Audio Stems & Pattern
- Multi-Functional Performance Keyboard
- Multi-Out (Desktop Only)
- Exceptional Time-Stretching Algorithms
- Smart Remix Pads Section
- Disintegration Mode
- Create your own Packs
- Tag Presets by Genre
- Drag Export/Import
- Send MIDI to any Device, Plugin or Hardware
- Advanced MIDI CC/Mapping editor
- No Two Patterns will Ever be the Same
- Available as VST • VST3 • AU • AAX •AUv3 • Standalone
Pricing and Availability:
Loopmix is available now with an intro price of €49 for Mac & Windows and $9.99 for iPad.
6 thoughts on “Audiomodern Intros Loopmix Creative Loop Remixer For iOS, Mac & WIndows”
i like it
Yeah, audio modern plugins are pretty cool. I was just messinng around with riffer and chordjam the other day, had a couple evolving sequences with tons of modulation happening in bitwig. Just recorded it all and im yet to dig through that recording for a song.
Instant buy. Another company doing great stuff IMHO. Two thumbs up.
Its a copy from the nearly 8 years old Ultraloop plugin from twisted tools. And the funny thing is not even close to the original…
If it’s not even close, maybe it’s not a copy?
It’s $9.99, and runs on my iPad.
I was able to do similar stuff (albeit a bit more primitive and without the multi tracks), using Soundforge 25+ years ago with just regions and playlists. Then I got the first version of ACID when it came out so I had the multitrack capabilities of basically the same concepts I was doing with Soundforge.
Anyways, I like Audiomodern stuff. Playbeat is another fav. Different strokes.