Feature request: select output track(s)
I'm very impressed with Loopy's capabilities and I use it for gigging as well. One thing I miss is the ability to tell Loopy which tracks to use as output when connected to a multitrack sound interface.
Let me illustrate: my iPad Air is connected to an RME Fireface UCX via the camera connection kit. There's a really powerful mixer application by RME that allows to route incoming and outgoing audio in every way imaginable with 18 input and 18 output channels and with virtually zero latency. I'm able to send multiple sources to Loopy (three audio inputs and audio from another app, such as Animoog). The problem arises due to the fact that both Animoog and Loopy can only output audio through playback channels 1 and 2, so whenever I want to loop the output from Animoog, I end up looping the entire Loopy output signal as well.
It would be great if Loopy's output channels could be set arbitrarily, the same way as you can choose the input channel(s) when you have more than two available. Is such a feature in the works, or is it already available and I've missed it?
You can skip this part: Right now, my solution is to use Cubasis as a 'hub' for routing apps through IAA. Cubasis has the ability to make use of all 18 playback channels of the Fireface, so I can route Animoog to 3 and 4, which I can then route through the Fireface's low-latency mixer to Loopy. Unfortunately, this causes an audible latency when recording to Loopy, just enough to make it really hard to keep a consistent groove. That's why I find it would make the most sense to have this ability in Loopy.