Everyday Looper Commands
Tap the track you want to record on. Action is performed as soon as you pull your finger off the screen. Tap the track again and recording stops, but the loop keeps playing.
Play / Pause :
Tap the screen anywhere, with 2 fingers at the same time. Action is performed as soon as you pull your last finger off the screen. If a track is recording, recording stops but the loop keeps playing.
Tap the screen anywhere, with 3 fingers at the same time. Action is performed as soon as you pull your last finger off the screen. If a track is recording, recording stops too.
Swipe one finger over a track to change its volume. Volume change is proportional to the swipe length. Swiping over 70% of the track will change it from silent to full volume (or reverse). The volume of a track is represented by the brightness of its contour. Tracks are normalized on the fly, which means full volume is the maximum reachable volume before distortion.
On compatible devices (iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3G, iPad 1 and above), you can toggle between volume and pan editing. Hold one finger on a track, tap anywhere on the screen with a second finger, swipe the first one on the track. From this point you are now changing the panning of tracks when swiping. Do the same gestures to toggle back to volume editing.
Put a finger on each track that you want to toggle mute on, then double-tap anywhere on the screen with another one. For example, if Track 1 is your verse (non-muted) and Track 2 is your chorus (muted) and you want to go verse to chorus, put one finger on Track 1, one on Track 2 and double tap with a third finger anywhere.
Tap and hold a track with one finger for 0.5 second and drag it to its destination. When you pull your finger off the screen, merge operation begins in the background. You can’t interact with merging tracks, but the others behave as usual. Once the merge is complete, the source track is empty and the destination track contains the sum of the audio signals of both tracks.
Swipe with 2 fingers over the track you want to delete. Each of the 2 fingers has to be on the track to erase and never quit it (neither by pulling one of them off the screen or by entering another track) and the two fingers group has to go through 50% of the screen width – 25% on an iPad -.
Chained Record :
Slide one finger from a recording or quantized recording track over tracks located below. The next recording track is always the top-most track. You can cancel chained recording on a track by sliding one finger from it to the track located just over. Tapping on a chained recording track will suspend all the quantized recording actions, tapping again will resume them.
Slide one finger from the first track to the third track and pull your finger off the screen. Do this as vertically as possible, in a straight line.