It’s time for me to take some (deserved ^^ ?) vacations in Iceland :D . For the next weeks I will be offline, so don’t worry if I don’t answer to your e-mails or your posts on the forum immediately, I’ll handle all of them when I come back in early august.

Good news is that I’ve been working on the next update of Everyday Looper. It’s not finished, I still have some polish and tuning to do, but I can already tell you the 3 main features that will be included :

  • Audio latency compensation
  • Sonoma and General/Intua pasteboard (MAPI 1.1)
  • Mute function, optionally quantizable to loop

In addition to that there will be support for iOS4 fast switch + background playback and retina display.

So I wish you all good vacations if you’ve some planned and see you in a couple of weeks :D !

Picture taken from the excellent Sonic Iceland blog.

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  1. Hello, enjoy your vacations!:)

    One thing i’ve noticed is that the audio output from the iPhone is too low when it comes out of the speaker, which makes it pretty un-usable…
    Hopefully you can boost it?
    Thanks, enjoy!:)

  2. Hi John !

    In fact you can already “boost” the output. Up until now, the default audio output route was through the earpiece/receiver to prevent feedback, but you can change this by enabling “Favor Speaker Over Receiver” in the “Options” section of the menu. But don’t forget to disable the “Microphone PassThrough” option, otherwise you would get noticeable feedback.

    Cheers :) !

  3. Will the next version permit tracks longer than 45 sec?
    I’d like to record an entire album using E.L., and that’s a bit hard now! :-)

  4. The next version will still be limited to 45 sec. It may grow up a bit in the future, but not to the extend of storing a whole song.

    Everyday Looper is rather designed for live looping than for studio-like recording. But if you really like the workflow of EL, you will now be able to copy the parts that you have recorded in it and then paste them to a more DAW-like app like Multitrack or FourTrack for arrangement purposes.