« Wide Blue Sound: SKYPAD Feature Walkthrough | App News | Shoom Synthesizer Update »

Loopfield Experimenting & Call For Beta Testers

Developer Reflow Studio is planning to release Loopfield next month. This is an exciting new looper designed for use with field recordings. The app lets you tweak your recordings with granular effects. If this sounds interesting to you, you can help them with the beta!

To participate, open up the following link on your iOS device. 50 slots are available at the time of this posting: https://testflight.apple.com/join/SxjeX2ib

Video Description:

Experimenting with Loopfield and a metallophone. The generated loop is exported to Ableton Live and included in a full track.

Reader Comments 4

Awesome Thanks TIM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
October 17, 2018  | person_outline Jredou
Not compatible with iPad 4 it seems.
October 17, 2018  | person Bob
This app is totally dope! Super, oddly, musical. Tim, thanks for allowing anon posts btw. Can’t be arsed to reg.
October 19, 2018  | person_outline Rob
On October 19, 2018 - @Rob said:
This app is totally dope! Super, oddly, musical. Tim, thanks for allowing anon posts btw. Can’t be arsed to reg.
Yeah, I feel the same way. "Man, do I really need to register on every site?" It was a huge pain in the ass adding support for both Anon and Registered comments/posts when I was coding the site. I basically had to do everything twice. But a lot of people post anonymously so I'm glad to see it was worth the effort!
comment

  Post a New Comment

You are not currently logged in. Would you like to login or register?
Enter your information below to add a new comment anonymously.

I'm not a racist, but...
Usernames need to be at least 2 characters!
I'm not a racist, but...
Please don't use weird characters in usernames!
{[ Ctrl.useravailable[Ctrl.userselector] ]}
{[ Ctrl.useravailabletext[Ctrl.userselector] ]}
Wow, that's a short email address!

Comment:

Do not use HTML in your comments. Tags: [b] Bold Text [/b] [i] Italic Text [/i]
Links will be generated if you include http:// or https:// at the beginning of a URL.
Submit