LooperSonic is a multitrack audio looper and recorder for iPhone and iPad. Use it like a loop pedal to make loops, and then arrange those loops into complete songs using cut, copy, trim, paste, reverse and undo/redo.
The emphasis appears to be on easily recording, editing and playing loops on the fly like you can with a loop pedal. Thanks to the app supporting inter-app audio, AudioBus and copy/paste it’s dead simple to share clips or whole songs all while your looped creation is being played back.
The video shows it in action better than words can. Check it out here:
Record a loop by tapping the record button at the beginning and the end of the loop just as you would with a loop pedal. Or start the metronome and set your loop to count in for hands free looping. Change the loop points on the fly while recording new loops without stopping playback. You can also do straight recordings without looping.
Use cut, copy, trim, and paste to structure your loops and recordings into a song. Turn a loop into a backing track for a verse by duplicating a loop for a few bars. Merge tracks to make room for more recordings. Undo and redo recordings and edits up to 100 times.
When you change the tempo, the pitch changes along with it, like a record player. Use this to make a guitar sound like a bass, or to sing out of your range. Along with the reverse feature you can make some pretty cool effects.
Get audio in and out using Inter-App audio, AudioBus, and/or audio copy/paste. Share individual clips or a whole song mix with ease. Audio can be copied from song to song. Or a selection of clips can be mixed down and shared without stopping playback.
LooperSonic makes loops the same way a loop pedal does and just like a loop pedal, it requires precise timing to make a good loop. All sounds in LooperSonic are created by the user. For the best experience, make sure to wear headphones.
The current price for LooperSonic is $4.99 USD and it’s available on the iOS App Store.